Delaware Avenue

Delaware Avenue

2 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

2-story residence with Craftsman details, of wood construction, finished in stucco, with a forward projecting pedimented portico on the south side of the façade, shielding the main entrance. Fenestration is flat-topped, with window units set singly and in groups, with replacement sash set singly and in groups. The window units sit on brick sills. Scalloped rafter tails under the eaves.

Garage c. 1925 contributing building

1-story, 2-car garage with a hipped roof and overhead garage doors.

4 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare of wood construction with a hipped roof and hipped dormer, and the first story finished in asbestos shingles with the upper story finished in non-historic siding. Centered entrance shielded by a hipped-roofed porch supported by Doric columns and enclosed within a turned spindle wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, without notable ornament.

6 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

2½-story, gable-front house finished in red brick with a gable roof and gable-end-orientation to the street with the pediment of the gable finished in stucco and a stucco finished gabled dormer on the north elevation. Gable-end-oriented front porch of brick with a stuccoed pediment. Fenestration flat topped, 1/1, without notable ornament. Decorative brackets under the eaves.

Outbuilding/ Apartment c. 1970 non-contributing building

1-story dependency with a side gabled roof and a shed roof addition on the eastern elevation. The building is closest to Raleigh Street on the rear of the lot behind Resource No. 3, with the driveway next to the house.

7 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

Substantial 2½-story, gable-front house with Craftsman characteristics. Wood construction finished in wood shingles with a gable roof and gable dormers on the side. Hipped-roof front porch with curvilinear entrados extends across the façade. Fenestration is flat-topped,1/1.

8 Delaware Avenue c.1915 non-contributing building

1-story, cube-shape house of wood construction with a hipped roof and a forward-projecting gabledroofed wing on the south side of the façade with a non-historic oriel inserted within. 1-story porch in the angle of the ell. Non-historic siding and rear addition. This is a non-contributing resource due to the use of non-historic materials and various alterations.

Garage c. 1925 non-contributing building

1-story, one bay front gabled garage with new siding.

12 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare of wood construction, finished in thin shiplap siding with a hipped dormer and hipped roof. Hipped roof front porch of brick and wood with oversized wood posts and a spindle wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat topped, with modest window heads and some windows having exterior fixed shutters.

14 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 non-contributing building

2-story American Foursquare of wood construction finished in non-historic siding, with the front porch removed and replaced with a metal hood supported by wrought iron posts. Hipped roof with hipped dormer. Fenestration is flat-topped with some replacement and oversized windows. The building no longer resembles a historic resource. 

Garage c.1925 contributing

1-bay, side-gable garage with clapboard siding.

16 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

1-story, front-gable house of wood construction with a shed roofed front porch with a pediment over the main entrance which is offset on the south side of the façade. Exterior finished in non-historic siding and some original stylized half -timbering. Fenestration is flat-topped, without other notable ornament.

18 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 non-contributing building

2-story residence finished in stucco with a double gallery porch on the façade finished in stylized half timbering. 1st story of the porch is enclosed with windows. The main entrance is offset on the south side of the façade, and is shielded by a forward-projecting pedimented hood finished in half timbering. The building has had multiple alterations including the remodeling of the entire main elevation and is thus considered noncontributing.

20 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

2-story gable-end-oriented vernacular residence finished in stucco with a shed-roofed porch and an offset pediment over the entrance. General lack of architectural detail. Fenestration is flat-topped, without notable ornament.

10A Garage c.1925 contributing building

1-story, one bay front gabled garage/ shed on the rear of the property.

25-25B Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

2-story detached red brick-finished apartment building which appears to be associated with the Delaware Place Apartments complex which is adjacent. This property incorporates paired hipped-roof porches on the façade, and flat-topped windows, 3/3. Flat parapet with corbeled brickwork. Side porches on the south elevation access other apartments within.

27 Delaware Avenue c. 1930 contributing building

2-story minimalist traditional apartment building finished in blonde brick, with two garage openings on the first story and balconies on the second story. A portion of the first story garage areas have been enclosed. A forward-projecting entry bay incorporates a pedimented entry with the word “Carlyle Apartments” on a stone set within the wall. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash.

Outbuilding c.1930 contributing building

One-story, concrete block building with flat roof with tile coping, 6-light metal casement windows.

106 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

1-story, side gable house with front projecting gable ell; wood construction finished in non-historic siding, with a shed roofed front porch in the angle of the ell, supported by plain wood posts and enclosed within a solid wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash and exterior fixed shutters.

108 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

1-story, side gable house with front projecting gable ell; wood construction, finished in asbestos shingles with the pediments of the gables finished in decorative wood shingling. Hipped roof porch in the angle of the ell supported by plain wood posts and enclosed within a solid wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, set singly and in pairs.

110 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 non-contributing building

1½-story, side gable vernacular house of wood construction with front gable projecting ell, finished in asbestos shingles and shiplap siding. Side gable roof and flat top fenestration. Enclosed porch. The house is non-contributing due to the number of alterations

112 Delaware Avenue c. 1910 contributing building

1-story side gable roof house of wood construction with a forward-projecting gable-end-oriented wing on the north side of the façade, creating an L-shaped footprint. Shed roofed porch in the angle of the ell, resting on a masonry stoop. Fenestration is flat-topped, with some alteration but generally retaining 1/1 sash.

Outbuilding c. 1970 non-contributing building

1-story, two bay side gabled modern garage.

113 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

2-story vernacular residence with gable roof and gable-end orientation to the street, finished in weatherboard, with a hipped-roof front porch supported by wood posts finished in weatherboard to match the house. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, without other notable detail.

114 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story side-gable-roofed Bungalow of wood construction, finished in thin shiplap siding, with a gable dormer on the façade. An early addition on the rear. Hipped roof front porch with plain supports and a solid wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, without other notable ornament.

115 Delaware Avenue c. 1910 non-contributing building

1-story, side gable house with front projecting gable ell; wood construction with the front porchenclosed. Step-shouldered brick chimney on the south elevation. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement windows including jalousie windows on the enclosed front porch. The building is noncontributing due to the number of changes.

115 ½ Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

1-story house with front, side gables and a shed roof porch with plain wooden supports. Fenestration is flat-topped with some replacement sash. This house is accessed from an alley and a sidewalk accessed from Main Street.

117 Delaware Avenue c. 1910 contributing building

1-story, side gable house with front projecting gable ell; recessed porch in the angle of the ell. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash.

117 ½ Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

One-story, side-gable house with a forward-projecting gable ell and shed roof porch with plain wooden supports and a full balustrade. The foundation is rock faced concrete block. Fenestration is flat topped with some replacement sash. This is the last of the houses behind the properties which face Delaware Avenue.

119 Delaware Avenue c. 1910 contributing building

1-story, side gable house with front-projecting gable ell; wood construction with the front porch enclosed and non-historic siding.

119 ½ Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

One-story, vernacular, side-gable house with centered pediment over a shed roof porch with plain tapered wood supports. The fenestration is flat topped with some replacement sash.

120 Delaware Avenue c. 1910 non-contributing building

1-story vernacular house of wood construction, with the front porch enclosed and oversized sliding glass windows installed, with a loss of integrity. The building no longer resembles a historic resource.

Dependency c.1945 non-contributing building

One-story, front-gable building that appears to have been converted from a garage into a residence.

122 Delaware Avenue c. 1935 contributing building

1-story, front-gable stucco-covered house with hip-roofed front porch. Fenestration is flat-topped, without any other notable ornament.

124 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

2-story vernacular gable-end oriented residence of wood construction with a 2-bay façade and the main entrance offset, suggestive of a side-passage interior plan. 1-story front porch supported by plain wood posts and enclosed within a wood shingle railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, without notable ornament.

Outbuilding c. 1925 contributing building

1-story, two- bay flat roof garage.

125 Delaware Avenue c. 1910 contributing building

1-story, front gable house of wood construction, finished in asbestos shingles with a hipped-roof front porch supported by plain wood posts and enclosed within a solid railing finished in decorative shingling.

126 Delaware Avenue c.1910 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare with a hipped roof and shed roof porch supported by four square columns with a full wooden balustrade. 

Outbuilding/ Apartment c. 1910 contributing building

2-story side gabled apartment/ dependency of wood construction. Dependency is accessed between Resource Nos. 25 and 26.

128 Delaware Avenue c.1910 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare with hipped roof and a gable-end-oriented front porch supported by Doric columns and enclosed within a spindle wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, and a step-shouldered brick chimney rises along the north elevation.

129 Delaware Avenue c. 1910 non-contributing building

2-story, front-gable house of wood construction with the porch removed and a major alteration in the patterns of fenestration with a loss of integrity. The building no longer resembles an historic resource.

127 Delaware Avenue c. 1910 contributing building

Two-story, front-gable vernacular house of wood construction with a 2-bay façade and a gable-endoriented porch of rock-faced concrete block supported by wood posts. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash. Asbestos shingle siding.

10 Delaware Avenue c. 1925 contributing building

2-story vernacular residence of wood construction, finished in non-historic siding, with a hipped roof front porch supported by plain wood posts and enclosed within a solid wood railing. No notable architectural detail.

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