ST. BERNARD PLACE

800 block St. Bernard Place

801-829 St. Bernard Place

c. 1900

Fifteen three-story, two-bay brick Queen Anne/Classical Revival twin residences organized in an ABBCCDDAAEEDDBB pattern. Distinguishing features of the A units include 1st story porch, 2nd and 3rd story corner turrets with decorative wood shingling and arched window openings topped with an inverted bell roof. Complex roofline comprised of a mansard and front gable. 1/1 sash in both rectangular and arched forms. Distinguishing features of the B units include 1st story porch with centered pediment, 2nd story projecting bay, 3rd story mansard with Flemish gable and paired windows. Distinguishing features of the C units include 1st story porch, 2nd story projecting bay, 3rd story arched windows, tall gable frontice, stone front facade. Distinguishing features of the D units include 1st story porch, 2nd story paired rectangular window openings with wide projecting flat hood, 3rd story paired windows with wide bracketed cornice, flat hipped roof and tall chimneys. Distinguishing features of the E units include 1st story porch, side entrance with paired windows, 2nd story bay, 3rd story hipped dormer penetrating shallow mansard. 15 Contributing.

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800-828 St. Bernard Place

c. 1900

Fifteen three-story, two-bay brick Queen Anne/Classical Revival twin residences organized in an ABBCCDDAAEEDDBB pattern. Distinguishing features of the A units include 1st story porch, 2nd and 3rd story corner turrets with decorative wood shingling and arched window openings topped with an inverted bell roof. Complex roofline comprised of a mansard and front gable. 1/1 sash in both rectangular and arched forms. Distinguishing features of the B units include 1st story porch with centered pediment, 2nd story projecting bay, 3rd story mansard with Flemish gable and paired windows. Distinguishing features of the C units include 1st story porch, 2nd story projecting bay, 3rd story arched windows, tall gable frontice, stone front facade. Distinguishing features of the D units include 1st story porch, 2nd story paired rectangular window openings with wide projecting flat hood, 3rd story paired windows with wide bracketed cornice, flat hipped roof and tall chimneys. Distinguishing features of the E units include 1st story porch, side entrance with paired windows, 2nd story bay, 3rd story hipped dormer penetrating shallow mansard. 15 Contributing.

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900 block St. Bernard Place

913-941 St. Bernard Place

c. 1900

Fifteen three-story, two-bay brick Queen Anne/Classical Revival twin residences built contemporaneous with the 800 block development. This block is organized in a DDCCAACCDDEEAAA pattern. Distinguishing features of the A units include 1st story porch, 2nd and 3rd story corner turrets with decorative wood shingling and arched window openings topped with an inverted bell roof. Complex roofline comprised of a mansard and front gable. 1/1 sash in both rectangular and arched forms. Distinguishing features of the C units include 1st story porch, 2nd story projecting bay, 3rd story arched windows, tall gable frontice, stone front facade. Distinguishing features of the D units include 1st story porch, 2nd story paired rectangular window openings with wide projecting flat hood, 3rd story paired windows with wide bracketed cornice, flat hipped roof and tall chimneys. Distinguishing features of the E units include 1st story porch, side entrance with paired windows, 2nd story bay, 3rd story hipped dormer penetrating shallow mansard. 15 Contributing.

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908-940 St. Bernard Place

Thirteen three-story, two-bay brick Queen Anne/Classical Revival twin residences built contemporaneous with the 800 block development. This block is organized in a BBDDCCAADD__BBAAA pattern. Distinguishing features of the A units include 1st story porch, 2nd and 3rd story corner turrets with decorative wood shingling and arched window openings topped with an inverted bell roof. Complex roofline comprised of a mansard and front gable. 1/1 sash in both rectangular and arched forms. Distinguishing features of the C units include 1st story porch, 2nd story projecting bay, 3rd story arched windows, tall gable frontice, stone front facade. Distinguishing features of the D units include 1st story porch, 2nd story paired rectangular window openings with wide projecting flat hood, 3rd story paired windows with wide bracketed cornice, flat hipped roof and tall chimneys. Distinguishing features of the E units include 1st story porch, side entrance with paired windows, 2nd story bay, 3rd story hipped dormer penetrating shallow mansard. 13 Contributing.

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1000 block St. Bernard Place

1001-1015 St. Bernard Place

c. 1892

Eight three-story, three-bay red brick Queen Anne twin residences. Distinguishing features include front porches with original turned balustrades and posts, red brick molding and details, and 3rd story slate mansard with gable dormer peak containing decorative wood details on the outer two bays. The inner bay is comprised of a small rectangular window at the 2nd and 3rd stories. 8 Contributing.

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1004-1006 St. Bernard Place

c. 1892

Two three-story, three-bay red brick Queen Anne twin residences. Distinguishing features include front porches with original turned balustrades and posts, red brick molding and details, and 3rd story slate mansard with gable dormer peak containing decorative wood details on the outer two bays. The inner bay is comprised of a small rectangular window at the 2nd and 3rd stories. 2 Contributing.