WOODLAND TERRACE

500 block Woodland Terrace

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete except in front of 509-511, 517-519, 520

Curbs: Granite

501-519 Woodland Terrace

(501 a.k.a. 4002 Baltimore Avenue)

(519 a.k.a. 4003 Woodland Avenue)

Charles M.S. Leslie, developer

Joseph Thatcher, house carpenter

Samuel Sloan, architect

c.1861

Ten, three-story, three-bay, brownstone, Italianate, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include stone and iron fences, surrounding terraced front and side yards, wrap-around bracketed porches, full length 4/4 first floor windows, projecting window hoods, paired semi-circular arched windows at third floor, paired bracketed cornice, hipped roof bracketed cupola on hipped roof, three-story side entrance bay, third floor covered with wood shingles. 501 and 519 as ends of the row receive a different treatment with wrap-around porches, projecting front facade, triple arched windows at the third floor, and cross gable roof. 10 Contributing. Woodland Terrace, National Register, 1971.

Buildings stuccoed: 505, 507, 513, 515

Fence removed: 519

Fence rebuilt with schist: 505-507

Porch balustrade added: 501, 505, 507

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500-520 Woodland Terrace

(500 a.k.a. 4004 Baltimore Avenue)

Charles M. S. Leslie, developer

Joseph Thatcher, house carpenter

Samuel Sloan, architect

c.1861

Eleven, three-story, three-bay, stone, Italianate, semi-detached houses. See 501-519 for description. 11 Contributing. Woodland Terrace, National Register, 1971.

Porch removed: 502, 520

Third floor windows altered: 502

Second floor window openings stuccoed over: 500

522 Woodland Terrace

(a.k.a. 4005 Woodland Avenue)

Hans Egli, architect

c.1960

Three-story, concrete block, modern semi-detached house. 1 Not contributing.

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