PINE STREET

3900 block Pine Street

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete except for brick in front of 3907, 3911, 3913

Curbs: Granite

3907-39 Pine St.

Jacob Wireman, builder

Annesley R. Govett, developer

William Lanning, Charles Henry, investors

c.1875

Seventeen, three-story, two-bay, brick, Italianate, rowhouses. Distinguishing features include semi-circular arched door opening, limestone sills and decorative stone lintels, bracketed cornice, iron handrail. Original ground floor windows 1/1, 2/2 arch head windows at upper floors can be seen on 3935. 17 Contributing. Drexel Development Historic District, National Register, 1982.

3941-3951 Pine St.

See 309-311 S. 40th St.

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3912 Pine St.

Anthony J. Drexel, developer

Attributed to G.W. and W.D. Hewitt, architects

c.1883

Three-story, two-bay, brick, Italianate/Queen Anne, semi-detached house (originally one of two semi-detached houses). Distinguishing features include marble base, transom window over entrance door, door single glass upper light with four panels below, marble lintels and sills, terra cotta belt courses, pressed metal cornice. 1 Contributing. Drexel Development Historic District, National Register, 1982.

3914-16 Pine St.

Anthony J. Drexel, developer

Attributed to G.W. and W.D. Hewitt, architects

c.1883

Two, three-story, two-bay, brick, Italianate/Queen Anne, semi-detached houses. See 3912 Pine St. for description. 2 Contributing. Drexel Development Historic District, National Register, 1982.

3918-46 Pine St.

Anthony J. Drexel, developer

Attributed to G.W. and W.D. Hewitt, architects

c.1883

Fifteen, three-story, two-bay, brick, Italianate, rowhouses. See 3912 Pine St. for description. 15 Contributing. Drexel Development Historic District, National Register, 1982.

3948-54 Pine St.

Attributed to Samuel Sloan, architect

c.1865

Four, three-story, two-bay, brick, Second Empire, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include segmental arched window and door openings, marble lintels and sills, 2/2 arch head windows, paired bracketed cornice, slate shingles on concave mansard roof. Doors combined on 3948-3950. 4 Contributing. Drexel Development Historic District, National Register, 1982.

3956-60 Pine St.

Anthony J. Drexel, developer

Attributed to G.W. and W. D. Hewitt, architects

c.1883

Three, three-story, two-bay, brick, Italianate/Queen Anne rowhouses. See 3912 Pine St. for description. 3 Contributing. Drexel Development Historic District, National Register, 1982.

3962-68 Pine St.

See 401 S. 40th St.

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4000 block Pine Street

4001-15 Pine St.

(4001 a.k.a. 320-326 S. 40th St.)

Equitable Trust Company, developer

William J. McAuley, architect

c.1897

Eight, three-story, single-bay, brick with granite facade, Gothic Revival/Colonial Revival/Queen Anne semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include stone fence, front yards, stone base with copper columned porch, paired windows with stone sill, second floor triple window, triple window under Tudor arched stone frame under flemish gable with oriel window and copper coping and finial, third floor copper porch, decorative iron porch railing (4005), iron fence (4001). The green on grey coloring of the materials is a very important feature of these buildings. 8 Contributing.

Porch infill: 4001, 4003, 4007

Tile roof replaced: 4001, 4007, 4011, 4013(partial), 4015

Third floor balcony missing: 4007, 4015

Third floor balcony replaced with wood: 4005

4017-23 Pine St.

Catherine Knight, Samuel B. Knight, developers

c.1891

Four, three-story, two-bay, brick, Colonial Revival/Queen Anne semi-detached houses in the ABBA pattern. Distinguishing features of A) iron fence, stone wall, around raised front yard, classical columned porch with pedimented entrance, denticulated cornice, third floor dormer with broken pediment, corner turret with conical roof and finial; B) iron fence, stone wall, raised front yard, classical columned porch with pedimented entrance, denticulated cornice, and gambrel roof cross gable with Palladian window and tile shingling. 4 Contributing.

Slate roof replaced: 4021

Slate roof replaced (partially): 4017, 4019, 4023

4035 Pine St.

William H. Yeaton, developer

c.1867

Three-story, multi-bay, random-coursed granite, Second Empire detached house. Distinguishing features include classical Doric column porch, segmentally arched windows, bay window, paired bracketed cornice, mansard with slate shingles and segmentally arched dormers. Terraced front yard with cast stone retaining wall. 1 Contributing.

4037 Pine St.

William H. Yeaton, developer

Newman & Harris, architects, c.1903

J. Windrim, alterations, c.1915-17

Three-story, five-bay, stucco, Colonial Revival detached house. Distinguishing features include iron fence, terraced front yard, two-story square columned porch with roof top balustrade, twelve-over-twelve double-hung windows with shutters, pedimented entrance with fanlight over door. Iron railing and gate. Two gabled dormers, end chimneys. 1 Contributing.

4045-47 Pine St.

William S. Kimball, developer

c.1897

Two, three-story, two-bay, buff Roman brick, Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include paired columned porch with modillioned cornice, second floor bay window with denticulated cornice, pedimented dormer over triple window, modillioned cornice, and quoins, iron fence, front yard, slate mansard roof. 2 Contributing.

Porch balustrade altered: 4045

4049-4055 Pine St.

See 319 S. 41st St.

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4000 Pine St.

Thomas Allen, plasterer

Attributed to Samuel Sloan, architect

c.1854

alterations c.1910

Three-story, three-bay, stuccoed, Italianate/Colonial Revival detached house with terraced front yard. Distinguishing features include classical column porch with denticulated cornice, projecting central pavilion with second floor bay window and third floor arched windows, paired bracketed gable roof, porch roof balustrade, stained glass windows on side elevations visible from front. 1 Contributing. Hamilton Family Estate, National Register, 1979.

4002 Pine St.

Thomas White, merchant, developer

Attributed to Samuel Sloan, architect

c.1856

Three-story, five bay, stuccoed, Italianate, detached house. Distinguishing features include full length 4/6 first floor windows, slightly projecting central pavillion, quoins, decorative iron window hoods, paired bracketed heavy cornice, flat roof, schist stone retaining wall around terraced front yard, lacy wrought iron porch supports. 1 Contributing. Hamilton Family Estate, National Register, 1979.

4004-06 Pine St.

Edwin Rafsnyder, developer

c.1864

Two, three-story, two-bay, brownstone, Italianate, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include columned porch with modillioned cornice, projecting central pavillion with 4/4 arched windows, all other windows have segmentally arched window openings, paired bracketed cornice, slate shingles on mansard roof, stone wall around. 2 Contributing. Hamilton Family Estate, National Register, 1979.

4008-18 Pine St.

(4018 Pine St. a.k.a. 401 South 41 St.)

John C. Mitchell, developer

c.1861

Six, three-story, two-bay, stuccoed, Italianate, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include stone or brick (4018) retaining wall/fence around raised front yard, side entrance, full length first floor windows, quoins, paired bracketed cornice. 6 Contributing. Hamilton Family Estate, National Register, 1979.

Porch posts/balustrade replaced: 4016, 4018

Retaining wall altered: 4008, 4016, 4018

Porch altered: 4016, 4018

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4100 block Pine Street

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete except for brick in front of 4100-4110, 4101, 4103

Curbs: Granite

4101-07 Pine St.

(4101 a.k.a. 302-308 S. 41st St.)

Edwin Rafsnyder, developer

c.1865

Four, three-story, three-bay, brownstone, Second Empire, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include iron fence, front yards, millwork porch with paired brackets, full length first floor windows with 4/6 sash, segmentally arched window openings, bracketed roof cornice, segmentally arched gables, slate roof shingles on mansard roof. 4 Contributing.

Porch altered: 4105-Colonial Revival alterations

Slate shingles replaced with asphalt: 4105

Brick sidewalk: 4101, 4103

Wall stuccoed: 4105, 07

4109-17 Pine St.

John McCloskey, developer

Attributed to Samuel Sloan, architect

c.1867

Five, three-story over raised basement, three-bay, granite, Italianate, rowhouses. Distinguishing features include iron fence, front yards, segmentally arched window hoods, 2/2 windows, stone sills, pressed wooden cove cornice, iron railing. 5 Contributing.

4119-4121 Pine St.

See 329 South 42 St.

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4100-4110 Pine St.

(a.k.a. 400-412 South 41st St.)

George W. Allen, developer

Sloan and Stewart, architects

c.1853

Wilson Eyre Jr., addition c. 1911

William Loftland residence. T-shaped, Italianate, stuccoed, detached house. Cast-iron window hoods. Distinguishing features include high concrete wall surrounding property and yard, cast-iron window hoods, overhanging modillioned cornice, chimneys with triple-stacks, tower with paired bracketed cornice. Large concrete addition on Pine Street. 1 Contributing.

4112-14 Pine St.

Thomas Clark, developer

c.1872

Two, three-story, two-bay, marble-faced, Second Empire, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include iron fence around front yard, side entrance, full length first floor windows, millwork porch with bracketed cornice, segmentally arched window openings with 2/2 sash, bracketed cornice, segmentally arched gables, slate roof shingles on mansard roof. 2 Contributing.

Iron fence replaced with chain link: 4112

Facade painted: 4114

Porch infilled: 4114, c. 1950

4116-4124 Pine St.

See 401 S. 42nd St.

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4200 block Pine Street

4201-25 Pine St.

William Kimball, developer

c. 1900-1905

Twelve, three-story, Roman brick, semi-detached Colonial Revival houses and one three-story, brick, detached Colonial Revival house in the AAAAAABBCCDDC pattern. All have small front yards with low schist fences and mansard roofs with gabled dormers. Visible central corbelled chimneys. Rears visible from Delancey Street. Distinguishing features of A) stone fence, classical columned porches with applied decoration and modillioned cornice, second floor metal bay with applied ornamentation and modillioned cornice, third floor paired windows in flemish cross gable dormer, ground floor stained glass transom windows, and quoins; B) classical columned porch with applied decoration and modillioned cornice, second floor metal bay window with paired columns and swag and garland applied ornamentation, cornice with dentils and swag and garland ornamentation, third floor Palladian window in metal ogee arch gabled dormer, first floor stained glass transom windows in 4215; C) classical columned porch with applied decoration and modillioned cornice, second floor metal bay with paired columns and swag and garland applied ornamentation, third floor windows under flemish gabled dormer with single window, quoins, ground floor stained glass transom windows, and modillioned cornice; D) classical columned porch with applied ornamentation and modillioned cornice, second floor metal bay with applied ornamentation and modillioned cornice, triple windows in flemish gable dormer with single window, pilasters, stained glass transom windows, and modillioned cornice. 12 Contributing.

Porch balustrade removed/replaced: 4205, 4223, 4225

Slate shingles replaced with asphalt: 4201, 4205, 4207, 4209

Window opening altered: 4209

Stained glass removed: 4213

Porch posts/capitals replaced: 4211, 4213, 4225

Pressed metal flemish gable dormer replaced with wood: 4209

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4200-4214 Pine St.

(a.k.a. 400-416 S. 42nd St.)

Horace Trumbauer, architect

c.1904

Marie Eisenlohr residence. Two and one half-story, detached French Renaissance, H-plan, brick house. Square headed two-over-two dropped window sash, Ionic columned porches. Steeply pitched slate covered hipped roof with metal coping and pinnacles, gabled and arched pedimented dormers, tall end chimneys. Constructed in 1905 for the Eisenlohr family, owners of Conco Cigar Company. First addition was constructed in 1947; the addition of center wing in 1961; the addition of four-story office building on South side in 1962; the largest wing added in 1971. All additions in matching cream-colored brick with slate covered mansard and pedimented dormers. Tall decorative iron fence surrounds large yard and parking area. 1 Contributing.

4216-32 Pine St.

Charles Metzger, developer

c.1906

Nine, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, Roman brick, Colonial Revival/Queen Anne semi-detached houses in the AABBAABBA pattern. All with small front yards and visible wood-shingled and copper side bays. All have hipped roofs and tall corbelled chimneys. Distinguishing features of A) classical column porch with bracketed cornice, second floor metal bay window with paired decorative ionic columns and bracketed cornice and iron railing, third floor balcony, brick entrance posts; third floor windows with brick quoin window surrounds and "gothick" windows, ogee arched shaped parapeted gable with single semi-circular arch headed window, decorative brickwork, Spanish roof tiles, copper coping, and finials; B) classical columned porch with modillioned cornice, brick entrance posts, second floor metal bay window with modillioned cornice, third floor triple window with 12/1 sash, hipped roof dormer, diapered brickwork and terra cotta belt course, Spanish tile roof.

9 Contributing.

Porch partially glazed: 4218

Roof tiles replaced with asphalt shingles: 4222

Leaded glass transom window removed: 4218, 4220, 4224, 4232

4234-4248 Pine St.

Thomas Killough, developer

c.1896

Eight, two-and-one-half-story, two-bay, buff/orange brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian rowhouses in the ABABABAC pattern. All have small front yards. Distinguishing features of A) classical columned porch with pedimented gable over paired entrances, second floor metal bay window with denticulated cornice and ornamentation, pressed metal cornice and corbelled decorative brickwork, triple window in flemish gabled dormer, slate roof shingles; B) classical columned porch with pedimented gable over paired central stairs, second floor metal bay window with denticulated cornice and ornamentation, pressed metal cornice and corbelled decorative brickwork, two pedimented gabled dormers in slate covered mansard roof; C) classical columned porch with pedimented gable over central stairs, ground floor paired window under elliptical arched transom, double hung windows with stone sills and gauged brick segmental lintels, decorative corbelled brick and pressed metal cornice, two pedimented gabled dormers, corner hexagonal turret, bay window on side elevation, slate roof shingles on mansard roof, iron fence wrapping around 43rd St. elevation. 8 Contributing.

Roof shingles replaced with asphalt: 4236

Stained/leaded glass removed: 4234, 4242

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4300 Block Pine Street

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete

Curbs: Granite

4301-17 Pine St.

See 334 S. 43rd St.

4319-29 Pine St.

Calvin W. Rogers, developer

c.1911

Six, three-story, three-bay, brick, Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include classical columned porch with shared cross gable entrance, second floor bay windows, third floor triple semi-circular arched windows, modillioned metal cornice, quoins. 6 Contributing.

Porch with brick infill: 4319, 4321

Basement garage/driveway added: 4327

4331-33 Pine St.

Charles S. Metzger, developer

c.1899

Two, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, orange brick, Victorian/Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include classical columned porch with broken pedimented entrance and modillioned cornice, stone wall, second floor bay window, third floor triple windows, small projecting gabled dormer, quoins, mansard roof. 2 Contributing.

4335 Pine St.

Charles S. Metzger, developer

c.1900

Three-and-one-half-story, single-bay, brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian detached house. Distinguishing features include stone base, classical columned porch with modillioned cornice, stone wall, front yard, bay window on second floor, triple windows on third floor, heavy overhanging cornice, hipped roof, hipped dormer with single window. 1 Contributing.

4337-39 Pine St.

(4339 a.k.a. 329 s. 49th St.)

Charles S. Metzger, developer

c.1899

Two, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, orange brick, Victorian/Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses. See 4331-33 Pine St. for description. 2 Contributing.

Porch glazed: 4339

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4300-4308 Pine Street

(4308 Pine St. See 400 S. 43rd St.)

Two-story, single bay, stucco addition to 400 S. 43rd St.

4310-20 Pine St.

Thomas Marshall, developer

c.1889

Six, three-story, two-bay, brick, Victorian, rowhouses. Distinguishing features include millwork porches with shared cross gable entrance, segmentally arched window openings with arched sash, brownstone sills, rusticated stone and brick lintels, decorative corbelled brick cornice with pressed metal finials, flat roof. 6 Contributing.

Porch removed: 4310, 4312, 4318, 4320

4322-38 Pine St.

(4338 a.k.a. 401-409 S. 44th St.)

Charles S. Metzger, developer

c.1897

Nine, three-story, two-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian, semi-detached houses in the ABBBBAAAA pattern, all have front yards. Distinguishing features of A) classical columned porch with denticulated cornice, second floor bay window, pedimented dormer with paired columns and windows, slate mansard roof; B) classical columned porch with denticulated cornice, iron fence, bay window, paired windows with hipped dormer with smaller projecting dormer, slate roof shingles on mansard roof with wave pattern cresting. 9 Contributing.

Porch posts/balustrade removed/replaced: 4322, 4324, 4336, 4338

Slate roof replaced (partially): 4336

Porch infill: 4338

Slate roof altered: 4332, 4334, 4338

Iron fence: 4324, 4326

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4400 block Pine Street

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete

Curbs: Granite

4401-15 Pine St.

(4401 a.k.a. 324-332 S. 44th St.)

James L. Joy, developer

Robert A. Pitts, architect

c.1896

Eight, three-story, two-bay, brick, Colonial Revival/Queen Anne semi-detached houses in the AABBBBAA pattern, all have front yards and mansard roofs. Distinctive features of A) stone and iron fence, stone base with arched opening, classical columned porch with cross gable entrance and denticulated cornice, second floor bay window with swag and garland applied ornamentation, paired windows under pedimented dormer, corner two-story turrets with swag and garland applied ornamentation, modillioned cornice; B) stone and iron fence, stone base with arched opening, paired classical columned porch, two story bay window with swag and garland applied ornamentation and modillioned cornice, quoins and modillioned cornice, pyramidal slate covered roof over central bay. 8 Contributing.

Porch infill: 4401

Porch removed: 4413

Porch posts/balustrade replaced: 4403, 4411

Roof shingles replaced: 4401, 4403, 4407, 4409, 4411, 4413, 4415

Fire damage: 4407

4417-4421 Pine St.

Samuel Elgart, developer

S.C. Jellinek, architect

c.1926

Sherwood Court Apartments/Cavalier Apartments. Four-story, seven-bay, U-shaped, tapestry brick Colonial Revival apartment building. Distinguishing features include cast stone sills, arched entrances, semi-circular arched windows with stone keystones, applied cast stone ornamentation, decorative brickwork, metal casements, brick parapet, flat roof. Devastating fire in late 1996 which has left future of building uncertain. 1 Contributing.

4423 Pine St.

Samuel Elgart, developer

S.C. Jellinek, architect

The American Building Corporation

c.1925

Four-story, Seven-bay, brick Colonial Revival apartment building. See 4417 Pine St. for description. 1 Contributing.

4425-4433 Pine St.

See 315-317 South 45 St.

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4400-02 Pine St.

(4400 a.k.a. 400-412 S. 44th St.)

James F. Joy, developer

Robert A. Pitts, architect

c.1896

Three-story, two-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival/Queen Anne semi-detached house. Distinguishing features include classical columned porch with pedimented entrance, corner turret with conical roof and swag and garland applied ornamentation, second floor bay window with swag and garland applied ornamentation, paired windows under pedimented dormer, medallioned cornice, mansard roof. 1 Contributing.

Roof shingles replaced: 4400

4404-10 Pine St.

Margaret Gibson/Horace Drace, developers

c.1895

Four, three-story, two-bay, buff brick, Colonial Revival/Queen Anne semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include classical columned porch with pedimented entrance, corner turret with conical roof and applied pilasters and floral ornamentation, quoins, second floor bay window with swag and garland applied ornamentation, small, and various shaped dormers.

4 Contributing.

Porch removed: 4404, 4406

Roof shingles replaced: 4404, 4406

4412-30 Pine St.

(4430 a.k.a. 401-403 S. 45th St.)

John Schall/John G. Jones, developers

c.1896

Ten, three-story, two-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival semi-detached houses in the AABBAABBAC pattern. All with front yards and mansard roofs. Distinguishing features of A) classical columned porch with denticulated cornice, second floor bay window with swag and garland applied ornamentation, third floor balcony above second story dormer and denticulated cornice; B) classical columned porch with pedimented entrance and medallioned cornice, second floor bay window with applied ornamentation, triple window, quoins, stained glass windows; C) classical columned porch with denticulated cornice, bay window with denticulated cornice and swag and garland applied ornamentation, corner turret with swag and garland and applied ornamentation, paired windows under pedimented dormer, stained glass bay transom windows. 10 Contributing.

Porch posts/balustrade replaced with asphalt: 4414, 4416, 4418, 4420, 4422, 4424, 4428, 4430 (partial)

Roof shingles replaced: 4412, 4414, 4416, 4424, 4426, 4430

Commercial alterations: 4430 (on 45th St. side)

Third floor balcony converted to bay: 4412-14

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4500 block Pine Street

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete

Curbs: Granite

4501-27 Pine St.

(a.k.a. 324-32 South 45 St. and 4511-23 Pine Street)

Edwin L. Seeds, developer, architect, builder

c.1914

Pinehurst Apartments. Three-story, multi-bay, stone, Neoclassical Revival apartment building. Distinguishing features include rusticated limestone base, monumental full height brick columns with Corinthian capitals, modillioned cornice, door flanked by windows leading to porch on each floor. Building continues around on 324-32 South 45 St., flat roof. 1 Contributing. National Register, 1986.

4527-37 Pine St.

Henry Dagit, architect (lived in 4527)

c.1904

Six, four-story, single-bay, brick, Colonial Revival/Gothic Revival semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include iron fence, front yard, stone base, paired post porch with decorated barge board, balustrade, Tudor-arched window, two-story bay window with Tudor-arched windows, paired window, gable roof dormer with decorated barge board, stained glass windows on all three stories, slate covered mansard roof. 6 Contributing.

Stained glass transom window over door removed: 4527

Slate roof replaced: 4531

4539-4543 Pine St.

See 331 S. 46th St.

4500-4502 Pine St.

See 400-404 South 45 St.

4504-14 Pine St.

Samuel Elgart, developer

S. Jellinek, architect

c.1927

The Towers. Two, four-story, U-shaped, multi-bay, brick, Mission Revival apartment buildings. Distinguishing features include semi-circular arched door openings, stone sills, paired windows replacing metal casements, offset gable ends, flank courtyard, some walls stuccoed with brick trim, green Spanish tile mansard, mostly flat roof. Extensive renovation in 1996, windows replaced. 2 Contributing.

4516-18 Pine St.

William M. Taylor, developer

c.1901

Two, three-story, brick, Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include columned porch, front yard, second floor bay window with swag and garland ornamentation, third floor triple segmentally arched window openings, bracketed over hanging roof. 2 Contributing.

Windows replaced: 4516

Porch roof skylight alteration: 4516

Visible satellite dish: 4510

4520-26 Pine St.

William M. Taylor, developer

c.1900

Four, three-story, two-bay, buff brick, Victorian/Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include classical columned porch, second floor bay window with swag and garland ornamentation, third floor triple windows with semi-circular arched openings, cross gable facing street with small attic window. 4 Contributing.

Balustrade removed/replaced: 4520, 4524

Porch posts altered: 4520

4528-34 Pine St.

William M. Taylor, developer

c.1900

Four, three-story, two-bay, orange brick, Victorian/Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include columned porch, second floor bay window with swag and garland ornamentation, single window under arched dormer with fanlight decoration, mansard roof, tall brick chimney, front yard, iron fence. 4 Contributing.

Stained glass transom removed: 4528

Porch posts replaced: 4532