This one and one half story residence is T shaped in plan with additions and has a multi-gable roof with composition shingles. Composition shingles with cornerboards sheath the exterior. A concrete foundation supports the residence. The windows are paired one over one double hung wood sash and rectangular bay windows on the east and north elevations. The window surrounds have been altered, the siding is new, and a stained glass window has been added. The building faces north on the corner of Monmouth Street and South Ninth Street and is in good condition.
The building was occupied in the 1930's by Bill Berry. Berry was a painter and paper hanger in Independence.
EC= Eligible/ Contributing
NHD= Listed in Historic District
[House] Comments: Wood sash windows w/ attached storm windows on ground floor - vinyl windows on upper floor; altered entry; added carport. NC tuff shed
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