SOUTH 41ST STREET

Unit block South 41 Street

15-21 South 41 St.

See 4034 Chestnut Street.

100 block South 41 Street

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete

Curbs: Granite and Concrete

101-103 South 41 St.

See 4060 Chestnut St.

105 South 41 St.

Thomas H. Powers, developer

c.1876

Three-story, three-bay, brick, Italianate, detached house. Distinguishing features include semi-circular arched central entrance with stone steps, stone lintels and sills, bracketed and denticulated wooden cornice, shutter hardware, aluminum door and windows. 1 Contributing.

107 South 41 St.

See 4052-4062 Sansom Street.

121 South 41 St.

See 4037-4065 Sansom Street.

Empty lot.

123 South 41 St.

Anthony J. Drexel, developer

c.1865

Three-story, six-bay, stucco, Italianate detached house with early twentieth century Colonial Revival alterations. Distinguishing features include stone fence, raised front yard, ionic columned porch with pedimented entrance, two-story bay windows, bracketed cornice. 1 Contributing.

127-131 South 41 St.

See 4045 Walnut Street.

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100-114 South 41 St.

See 4100-4142 Chestnut Street.

116-118 South 41 St.

(a.k.a. 4100-4106 Sansom Street)

Empty lot with temporary one-story structure. 1 Not contributing.

120-22 South 41 St.

Henry M. Boyd/ William Lanning, developers

c.1872

Two, three-story, two-bay, Second Empire, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include new brick fence, front yard, two-story bay window, mansard roof with slate shingles. 2 Contributing.

Three story front addition, c. 1925: 120

Facade stuccoed: 122

Slate roof shingles partially replaced: 122

124 South 41 St.

One-story, brick garage, c. 1925, converted to commercial use. 1 Not contributing.

128-130 South 41 Street

See 4101 Walnut Street.

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200 block South 41 Street

201-211 South 41 Street

See 4048-4050 Walnut Street.

213-19 South 41 St.

William S. Kimball, developer

c.1890

Four, three-story, brick, Queen Anne, semi-detached houses each one with a different design. Distinguishing features include stone lintels, stone sills, porch with modillioned cornice, corbelled brick cornice, corner turret, corbelled brick cornice, semi-circular and segmentally arched window openings, front yards with new brick fences. 4 Contributing.

Porch altered: 213, 215, 217, 219

221-31 South 41 St.

William S. Kimball, developer

c.1890

Six, three-story, two-bay, brick, Victorian, rowhouses. Distinguishing features include segmentally arched window openings, stone sills, bay windows with paired windows under segmentally arched openings, corbelled brickwork and corbelled brick cornice, flat roofs. Iron fences replaced with new brick steps and fences, porches altered, roof replaced, original masonry painted. 6 Contributing.

233-43 South 41 St.

Charles H. Schell/John Stafford, developers

c.1893

Six, three-story, two-bay, brick, Queen Anne semi-detached houses in ABCCBA pattern. All have front yards with new brick walls, new brick steps and wooden fences between properties, many details covered with aluminum. Distinguishing features of A) porch with shared pedimented entrance, corner turret with swag and garland ornamentation, stone sills, pedimented gable with ornamentation and corbelled brickwork, mansard roof with slate shingles; B) stone sills, corbelled brickwork and cornice with swag and garland ornamentation; porch with shared pedimented entrance, flat roof; C) porch with shared pedimented entrance, stone sills, second floor bay window with ornamentation, corbelled brickwork and cornice with swag and garland ornamentation. Iron fences replaced with brick walls, porch posts and balustrades replaced with wrought iron, roof shingles replaced, brick sidewalk replaced with concrete. 6 Contributing.

247 South 41 St.

Hamilton Club, developer

c.1893

One, two-and-one-half-story, two-bay, red brick, Queen Anne detached house. Distinguishing features include stone base, corner turret, decorative brickwork, fishscale roof shingles, slate covered cross gable roof. Door on Irving Street. 1 Contributing.

249 South 42 St.

See 4066 Irving Street.

251 South 41 St.

See 4061 Spruce Street.

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200 South 41 St.

See 4100 Walnut Street.

202-16 South 41 St.

William S. Kimball, developer

c.1876

Eight, three-story, two-bay, serpentine, Second Empire, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include stone fence, raised front yards, full length first floor windows, segmentally arched marble lintels with keystones, transom over entrance door, bracketed and denticulated cornice, curved mansard roof with slate shingles (216) and hipped dormers. 8 Contributing.

Facade stuccoed: 202, 204, 206, 210, 212, 216

Facade alterations: 212

Porch removed: 202, 204, 206, 208, 210

New porch with infill: 212

Third story facade addition: 214

230-32 South 41 St.

Henry Brown, developer

c.1898

Two, three-story, three-bay, orange brick, Victorian rowhouses with Colonial Revival three-story front additions, c. 1920. Distinguishing features include stone fence, front yard, arched entrance to rear of building. Flemish gable of 230 rises above addition. 2 Contributing.

234 South 41 St.

Henry Brown, developer

c.1899

Three-story, two-bay, Pompeiian brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian semi-detached house. Distinguishing features include stone fence, front yard, columned porch with modillioned cornice, first floor bay window, second floor bay window with swag and garland ornamentation and pilasters with iron railing above, third floor triple windows, brick wall patterning, quoins, hipped roof with Spanish tiles and single hipped dormer. 1 Contributing.

236-250 South 41 Street

See 4101 Spruce Street.

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300 block South 41 Street

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete with brick strip along the curb

Curbs: Granite

301-303 South 41 St.

See 4054 Spruce Street.

305-307 South 41 St.

William S. Kimball, developer

c.1898

Two, three-story, two-bay, Roman brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian semi-detached houses. Distinctive features include stone fence, front yard, classical columned porch with boxed cornice with modillions, ground floor paired windows under stained glass elliptical transom window, upper floors two-story metal bay window with swag and garland applied ornamentation, slate shingles on hipped mansard roof. Side of building is highly visible. 2 Contributing.

Porch balustrade replaced: 307

309-319 South 41 St.

(319 a.k.a. 4049-4055 Pine Street)

William S. Kimball, developer

c.1896

Six, three-story, single-bay, brick, Queen Anne/Colonial Revival semi-detached houses in the ABCCBA pattern. All have Roman brick walls, front yards and hipped mansard roofs. Distinctive features of A) stone fence, corner turrets, classical columned porch with boxed cornice with modillions, second floor bay window, eyebrow dormer, slate roof shingles, and boxed cornice with modillions; B) stone fence, classical columned porch with boxed cornice with modillions, paired windows under elliptical arched transom window, two-story bay with third floor porch and swag and garland applied ornamentation, quoins, slate roof shingles, and boxed cornice with modillions; C) same as B except the third floor has a bay window rather than a porch. 6 Contributing.

Porch balustrade replaced: 309, 313, 315, 317, 319

Slate shingles replaced with asphalt: 309, 313, 315, 317

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300 South 41 St.

John M. Kennedy, developer

c.1918

Four-story, five-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival detached house. Distinguishing features include stone and brick water table, wooden pedimented entrance portico, rusticated stone lintels, stone sills, gambrel roof with gable end to the street, semi-circular fanlight in gable end, fishscale shingles, and stucco covering the third floor wall. 1 Contributing.

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400 block South 41 Street

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete except brick alongside 4100 Pine Street

Curbs: Granite

401 South 41 St.

See 4018 Pine St.

403 South 41 St.

James D. Shaw, developer

c.1860

Three-story, two-bay, stucco Italianate, semi-detached house. Distinguishing features include stone fence with raised front yard, columned porch, wood sills, quoins, paired bracketed and modillioned cornice, 2/2 sash. 1 Contributing.

405 South 41 St.

Empty lot.

407-415 South 41 St.

See 4045 Baltimore Avenue.

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400-412 South 41 St.

See 4100-4110 Pine St.

414-16 South 41 St.

Isaac M. Hughes

c.1873

Two, three-story, two-bay, brick, Second Empire semi-detached houses with schist stone facades. Distinctive features include iron fence, front yard, original millwork porch, segmentally arched windows, 2/2 sash, bracketed cornice, mansard roof and projecting bay windows. 2 Contributing.

First floor altered with porch infill: 416

Basement entrance: 416

418 South 41 St.

Empty lot. Presently a playground.

420-424 South 41 St.

See 4101 Baltimore Ave.

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500 block South 41 Street

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete except for brick in front of 513, 517, 527, 502, 504, and slate in front of 508.

Curbs: Granite

501 South 41 St.

See 4040-48 Baltimore Ave.

503 South 41 St.

John Lamphie, developer

c.1871, altered c. l890

Three-story, two-bay, scored stucco over stone, Italianate/Mission Style, semi-detached house. Distinguishing features include flat roof, paired bracket cornice, cast iron balconies, Spanish tile entrance canopy, brick watertable, front yard. 1 Contributing.

505-19 South 41 St.

Charles M.S. Leslie, developer

c.1873

Eight, three-story, two-bay, alternating brownstone and schist, Italianate, semi-detached houses in AABBBBAA pattern. All have terraced front yards and millwork porches. Distinguishing features of A) iron fence, porch with denticulated cornice, full length first floor windows, segmentally arched window and door openings, transom over entrance door, paired bracketed cornice, single pedimented dormer, mansard roof with slate shingles; B) iron fence, porch with denticulated cornice, full length first floor windows, segmentally arched door and window openings, transom over entrance door, paired bracketed cornice, pedimented dormers, one on each end, and a central double window dormer, mansard roof with slate shingles. 8 Contributing.

Facade stuccoed: 507

Porch balustrade removed/replaced: All

Porch posts replaced: 517, 519

Slate roof replaced: 517

Yard replaced by driveway: 507

521-23 South 41 St.

Charles M.S. Leslie, developer

c.1873

Edwin Rafsnyder, builder

Two, three-story, three-bay, brownstone Italianate/Second Empire semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include schist stone fence c. 1895, porch with denticulated cornice, full length 2/4 sash first floor windows, segmentally arched window openings, central projecting tower with hipped roof and arched window openings, paired bracketed cornice, pedimented dormers, mansard roof with slate tiles. 2 Contributing.

525-27 South 41 St.

John Lamphie, developer

c.1871

Two, three-story, two-bay, brick with stuccoed serpentine facade, Second Empire, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include iron fence, porch with paired bracketed cornice, full length 4/4 sash first floor windows, segmentally arched door and window openings, transom over entrance doors, paired bracket cornice, pedimented dormers in slate covered mansard roof, front yards. 2 Contributing.

Driveway replaces yard: 525

529-531 South 41 St.

(a.k.a. 4007 Chester Ave)

Vacant lot.

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500 South 41 St.

See 4100-12 Baltimore Ave.

502-04 South 41 St.

Samuel Harrison and Nathaniel Browne, developers

Samuel Sloan, architect

c.1856

Two, three-story, two-bay, stucco, Greek Revival/Italianate/Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses. Distinctive features include iron and stone fence surrounding large front yard. Front porch with Corinthian capitals, bracketed window hoods, wooden sills, and denticulated cornice. The building received a Colonial Revival, three-story, front bay and side porches c. 1895. Half of front porch bricked in c. 1950. Part of original Hamilton Terrace development. 2 Contributing.

First floor altered: 504

506 South 41 St.

Richard Litman, architect

Nathan Litman, developer, builder

c.1928

Florence Garden Apartments. Four-story, twelve-bay, yellow brick Renaissance Revival apartment building. Distinguishing features include cast stone door surround with pilasters, entablature, and capitals, cast stone sills, cartouches and belt course at base. 1 Contributing.

508-10 South 41 St.

Samuel Harrison and Nathaniel Browne, developers

Samuel Sloan, architect

c.1856

Two, three-story, three-bay, stuccoed, Greek Revival/Italianate, semi-detached houses. Distinctive features include iron and stone fence surrounding large front yard, Corinthian columned porch with denticulated cornice, 4/4 windows, bracketed hood mouldings, stone sills, and denticulated cornice. Part of original Hamilton Terrace development. 2 Contributing.

Dentils, hood molding and shutters removed: 508

512 South 41 St.

See 4101 Chester Ave.

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