This house has an intersecting gable roof has composition shingles and a center gable corbelled brick chimney. The wide eaves are supported by simple brackets. The gables are decorated with fancy butt shingles. The siding is horizontal beadboard. The windows are double hung sash with one over one light. The enclosed porch on the NE elevation has one stationary window and the others are double hung sash. The foundation continuous concrete. This house is in excellent condition.
There is an unattached carport with a matching gable. It is sided with plywood with widely spaced batons.
This house was owned for many years by Elmer and Hazel Addison. The Paul Sterling family also lived here at one time. He was the Southern Pacific agent for the Independence station.
EC= Eligible/ Contributing
NHD= Listed in Historic District
Comments: Porch posts replaced; mostly vinyl windows with few wood sash remaining (wood sashes have attached aluminum storms).
NC semi-attached garage, NC tuff shed.
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