SOUTH 43RD STREET

Unit block South 43 Street

25-51 South 43 St

See 4233-4265 Chestnut Street.

100 block South 43 Street

101-107 South 43 Street

See 4258-66 Chestnut Street.

109-117 South 43 St

(117 a.k.a. 4257-59 Sansom Street)

Thomas C. Sloan, developer

c.1895

Five, three-story, two-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival/Queen Anne rowhouses in the ABBBA pattern. Distinguishing features of A) iron railing, front yard, columned porches with denticulated cornice, limestone lintels and sills, paired dormers with decorative broken pediments, pressed metal cornice with swag and garland detailing, corner turrets with conical roof, fishscale shingles on mansard roof; B) iron railing, front yard, columned porch with dentillated cornice, limestone lintels and sills, pressed metal cornice with swag and garland detailing, paired windows under decorated cross gable with broken pediment and finials, flat roof with tiled mansard. 5 Contributing.

Facade partially covered: 111

Porch replaced: 111

Roof shingles replaced: 115

Porch screened in: 115

119-137 South 43 Street

(a.k.a. 4238-60 Sansom St)

Vacant lot.

139-145 South 43 St

See 4251 Walnut.

*************************

100-108 South 43 St

See 4300 Chestnut St.

110-124 South 43 St

(124 a.k.a. 4301-4309 Sansom St)

Edward Cloud, developer

c.1894

Seven of original row of eight, three-story, two-bay, brick, Colonial Revival/Queen Anne rowhouses in A?BCCB?A pattern. Distinguishing features of A) columned pedimented entrance porch with applied ornamentation, corner turret with applied swag and garland ornamentation, pressed metal cornice with ornamentation; B) yellow brick columned porch with pediment over paired entrance with swag and garland ornamentation, sidelights flanking single double hung window, 12/1 windows, rough limestone lintels and sills, pressed metal cornice with swag and garland ornamentation and broken pediment, finials; C) sidelights flanking single double-hung windows, rough limestone lintels and sills, 12/1 windows, pressed metal cornice with swag and garland detailing, pressed metal pediment, finials. 7 Contributing.

Porch removed: 110, 114, 116, 118

New tapestry brick front wall: 110, 122, 124

Porch posts/balustrade replaced: 120, 122, 124

Building demolished: 112

************************

200 block South 43 Street

201-209 South 43 St

See 4230 Walnut St.

************************

200-04 South 43 St

Henry Gibson, developer

c.1882

William S. Kimball, builder

Three, three-story, two-bay, brick, Queen Anne rowhouses. Distinguishing features include iron fence, front yard, porch replaced by pent, second floor segmentally arched window openings with stone lintels set in arch, 2/2 sash, corbelled brick cornice, mansard roof with paired Queen Anne bordered windows set into cross gable. 3 Contributing.

Porch removed: 200, 202, 204

Roof tiles replaced: 200, 202, 204

206-24 South 43 St

(224 a.k.a. 4301 Locust St)

Henry Gibson, developer

c.1886

Ten, three-story, two-bay, red brick, Victorian rowhouses. Distinguishing features include iron fence, paired slate covered hipped roof porches, front yard, segmentally arched door and window openings on first floor, transom window over double leaf front door, 2/2 second floor windows, 2/2 semi-circular arched window openings on third floor, sawtooth brick patterning in spandrel between second and third floor window openings, decorative brick belt courses, corbeled brick cornice, flat roof. 10 Contributing.

Porch removed: 206, 208, 214, 216, 218, 220

Porch posts/balustrade removed/replaced: 210, 212, 222, 224

Hipped pent added: 218, 220

238-260 South 43 St

See 4301-4309 Spruce St.

*************************

300 block South 43 Street

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete

Curbs: Granite

301-305 South 43 St

See 4248 Spruce St.

305-307 South 43 St

One-story commercial building. 1 Not Contributing.

317-333 South 43 St

(333 a.k.a. 4227-4233 Pine Street)

William S. Kimball, developer

c.1903

Eight semi-detached and one detached three-story, two-bay Roman brick, Colonial Revival houses. Distinguishing features include stone fence, square columned porch with applied ornamentation with modillioned cornice, second floor bay window with modillioned cornice, brick corner pilasters, hipped roof, hipped dormer, ground floor leaded glass transom windows. 8 Contributing.

Leaded glass transom window removed: 321

Porch posts/balustrade replaced: 327, 331, 333

Roof tiles replaced with asphalt: 319, 321, 323, 325, 327, 331, 333

************************

300-314 South 43 St

See 4300 Spruce St.

316-334 South 43 St

(334 a.k.a. 4301-4317 Pine Street)

William S. Kimball, builder

c.1907

Ten, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include stone fence, front yard, porch with modillioned cornice, transom windows over first floor paired windows, second floor three sided bay window with modillioned cornice, third floor paired segmentally arched windows with brick pilaster surrounds, hipped roof with Spanish tile, single hipped dormer, monumental brick corner pilasters, tall brick chimneys. 10 Contributing.

Porch posts/balustrade replaced: 316, 318, 320, 328, 330

Roof tiles replaced: 316, 318, 322, 324, 328, 330,

Porch alteration: 322

************************

400 block South 43 Street

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete

Curbs: Granite

401-403 South 43 St

See 4248 Pine St.

405-427 South 43 St

(427 a.k.a. 4243-4251 Osage Ave)

Thomas and Robert Killough, developers

c.1896

Twelve, three-story, single-bay, buff/orange brick, Colonial Revival/Queen Anne rowhouses in ABCCBCCBCCBA pattern. All have front yard, second floor metal bay, slate covered mansard roof. Distinguishing features of A) columned porch with pediment over paired entrance doors with applied ornament, corner hexagonal turret with applied ornamentation, decorative and corbeled brickwork, modillioned cornice, dormer with broken pediment, ground floor leaded glass transom windows; B) columned porch with pediment over paired entrance doors with applied ornament, second floor bay window with dentillated cornice, modillioned cornice, two dormers with broken pediments, ground floor leaded glass transom windows; C) columned porch with pediment over paired entrance doors with applied ornamentation, second floor metal bay window with dentillated cornice and applied ornamentation, decorative and corbelled brickwork, triple window under flemish gable dormer, leaded glass transom windows, slate roof. 12 Contributing.

Slate roof replaced with asphalt: 405, 419

Porch posts/balustrade replaced: 415

Leaded glass removed/replaced: 413, 417, 419, 421, 423

431-49 South 43 St

Christian Roth/S. Morris Waln, developers

c.1899

Ten, three-story, two-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian rowhouses. Distinguishing features include columned porch with shared pedimented entrance, transom windows above first floor windows and door, second floor metal bay window, two pedimented dormers with swag and garland and other ornamentation, slate mansard roof. 10 Contributing.

Porch posts/balustrade replaced: 431, 449

Slate roof shingles replaced: 439, 443

451-457 South 43 St

See 4239 Baltimore Ave.

*************************

400-26 South 43 St

(400 a.k.a. 4300-4308 Pine Street)

Thomas Marshall, developer

c.1889

Fourteen two- and three-story, two-bay, red brick, Queen Anne, rowhouses in ABACAABAABBBA pattern. Distinguishing features include iron fence, front yard, porch with shared pedimented entrance, segmentally arched window and door openings, brownstone sills, brick and brownstone segmentally arched lintels, corbelled brick cornice, original 1/1 windows and paired front doors. A is three stories, B is two stories, and C is two stories with a mansard third story. 14 Contributing.

First floor stuccoed commercial addition: 400

Porch removed: 400, 416, 418, 424, 426

Porch posts/balustrade replaced: 402, 406, 408, 410, 420

Original slate mansard: 406

430-438 South 43 St

See 4300-4302 Osage Avenue.

440-50 South 43 St

(450 South 43 St a.k.a. 4301-4311 Larchwood Ave)

William M. Taylor, developer

c.1901

Six, three-story, two-bay, brick, Colonial Revival rowhouses in the AABBAA pattern. Distinguishing features of A) wooden porch with bracketed cornice, second floor three sided bay window, third floor gable end to street with paired windows, rough limestone lintels and sills, B) columned porch with pediment over paired entrance doors with swag and garland ornamentation, second floor bay window, paired windows. 6 Contributing.

Porch posts/balustrade replaced: 440

Slate roof shingles replaced with third floor mansard: 440, 442, 448

Stuccoed facade: 442

452 South 43 St

See 4301 Baltimore Ave.

************************

501-549 South 43 Street

See 4228-4240 Baltimore Ave.

555 South 43 St

(a.k.a. 4215-4219 Chester Ave)

Two-story, multi-bay, metal and glass, modern school building c. 1965. 1 Not contributing.

************************

601-615 South 43 Street

(a.k.a. 4232-4234 Chester Ave)

Vacant lot.

625 South 43 Street

See 4253 Regent Street.

629 South 43 Street

See 4256 Regent Street.

************************