729 "C" Street

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Classification:
Secondary
Year Built:
1890
Style:
Vernacular

This one and one half story residence is rectangular in plan with an extension. There is a gable roof and a catslide roof over the extension. The gable dormers have multi-light pane windows. Narrow shiplap siding sheaths the exterior. A concrete block foundation supports the building. The windows are one over one double hung wood sash capped with a projecting cornice. There are six over six double hung wood sash windows on the second floor of the west elevation. The two front doors have unusual glass decoration and projecting cornice surrounds. The hip roof porch extends across the front elevation and has square posts supported by a solid balustrade. The dormers and front porch are later additions from the bungalow era. The building faces north on "C" Street and is adjacent to Ash Creek. The building is in excellent condition.

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