SOUTH 47TH STREET

500 block S. 47th Street

249-255 South 47th Street

See 4641 Spruce Street.

301-315 South 47th Street

See 4644 Spruce Street.

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510-512 S. 47th Street

c. 1900

Two, three-bay, two-bay, brick with pressed metal, Colonial Revival, twin residences with front full-width porch and slate mansard roof. 512 has enclosed porch with aluminum siding. 2 Contributing.

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800 block S. 47th Street

801 S. 47th Street

Milligan and Webber

1901

University House. One, four-story, eight-bay, brick with pressed metal, Queen Anne/eclectic, apartment building with full-width front porch and clay mansard roof. Distinguishing features include end towers, central raised flemish gable, two-story bays punctuating the flemish bond facade, variety of window types (narrow 1/1, oval, bay, flat panel). Front porch removed. 1 Contributing.

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804-814 S. 47th Street

post-1910

Six, three-story, two-bay, brick with pressed metal, Mission Revival residential building with first floor commercial space and flat roof. 6 Contributing.

820 S. 47th Street

post-1910

Warrington House. One, four-story, three-bay, brick with brick trim, Mission Revival apartment building with first floor commercial space and flat roof. 1 Contributing.

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900 block S. 47th Street

901-915 S. 47th Street

c. 1895

Eight, three-story, two-bay, brick with pressed metal, Classical Revival, twin residence with full-width front porch and slate mansard roof. 8 Contributing.

917-919 S. 47th Street

c. 1892

One, three-story, three-bay, stone with stone trim, Classical Revival, church hall, with partial-width front porch and gable roof. 1 Contributing.

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900-910, 914 S. 47th Street

c. 1895

Seven, three-story, three-bay, brick with pressed metal trim, Colonial Revival, free-standing residence with wrap-around porch and slate gambrel roof. 906 was altered to apartments by R. Neely in 1931. 908 was altered to apartment in 1940 by E. Wrightman. 7 Contributing.

912 S. 47th Street

Henry Dagit.

1926

St. Francis De Sales Convent. One, three-story, eight-bay, stone, Classical Revival convent with tile gable roof. 1 Contributing.

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1001-1007 S. 47th Street

c. 1892

1001-1003 - Little Sisters of the Assumption. Four three-story, two-bay brick with wood trim, Queen Anne twins. Distinguishing features include wrap-around porch, hipped slate roof (1005 has asphalt roof). 4 Contributing.

1009-1011 S. 47th Street

c. 1892

Two three-story, two-bay brick Queen Anne twins. Distinguishing features include wrap around porch, hipped slate roof. Porch enclosed: 1011. 2 Contributing.

1013-1015 S. 47th Street

c. 1892

Two three-story, two-bay brick with wood trim, Queen Anne twins. Distinguishing features include wrap-around porch, hipped slate roof. Asphalt shingles on turret: 1015; Front door location moved: 1015; Aluminum awning on porch: 1015. 2 Contributing.

1017-1019 S. 47th Street

c. 1892

Two three-story, two-bay brick with wood trim, Queen Anne twins. Distinguishing features include wide porch, asphalt shingled gambrel roof with cross gables on sides. Painted brick: 1019. 2 Contributing.

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1008-1014 S. 47th Street

c. 1895

Four three-story, three-bay brick Colonial Revival twins. Distinguishing features include pressed metal trim, front full-width porch, mansard roof. Roofs covered with asphalt shingles (some slate remains on 1014). 4 Contributing.

1016-1018 S. 47th Street

c. 1892

Two three-story, three-bay brick Queen Anne twins. Distinguishing features include wood trim, full-width front porch, hipped roof with cross gables. Slate roof: 1018; Asphalt shingled roof: 1016; Porch enclosed: 1016. 2 Contributing.

1022 S. 47th Street

c. 1900

One three-story, two-bay Victorian Gothic free-standing, multiple residence building. Distinguishing features include full-width front porch, mansard roof with cross gables. 1 Contributing.

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1100 block S. 47th Street

1103-1111 S. 47th Street

post-1910

1109: Regency Health and Beauty Aids; 1111: Regent Coin Op. Five three-story, two-bay brick with pressed metal trim, flat roofed, Colonial Revival buildings. Mixed residential and commercial usage. 5 Contributing.

1119-1123 S. 47th Street

post-1910

King's Garden. Two, three-story, two-bay, brick with pressed metal, apartment buildings with flat roof. 2 Contributing.

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1104-1106 S. 47th Street

late 20th century

Salt and Pepper Deli III. Two one-story, flat roofed, modern stucco commercial buildings. 1104: four bays; 1106: two bays. 2 Non-contributing.

1108 S. 47th Street

c. 1910

One, four-story, five-bay, brick with pressed metal and terra cotta trim, Queen Anne, free-standing residence with full-width front porch and hipped roof. 1 Contributing.

1114-1128 S. 47th Street

c. 1900

Eight, three-story, two-bay, brick, Colonial Revival, rowhouses with flat roof. First floors converted to residential from commercial. 8 Contributing.

1130-1136 S. 47th Street

post-1910

One four-story, ten-bay brick with pressed metal trim, flat roofed, Colonial Revival apartment building. Vacant. 1 Contributing.

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1200 block S. 47th Street

1201-1209 S. 47th Street

1891

Fourth Presbyterian Church/now Crusaders for Christ Church. One, two-story, four-bay, stone with stone trim, Victorian Gothic, church with slate cross-gabled roof. 1891 Chapel: R.G. Kennedy, architect. 1902 church: Edward Hazlehurst, architect, James Johnston, contractor. Original specifications and agreements are at the Presbyterian Historical Society at 4th and Lombard Streets. 2 Contributing.

1213-1239 S. 47th Street

c. 1895

Fourteen, three-story, two-bay, brick with wood trim, Colonial Revival, twin residence with full-width front porch and slate mansard roof. 14 Contributing.

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1200 S. 47th Street

1882/c. 1900

St. Peter's Church Parish Hall. One, two-story, five-bay, stone with stone trim, Victorian Gothic, church with partial-width front porch and slate gable roof. Connected to main church on Kingsessing Avenue. Significant. 1 Contributing.