Vine Street

Vine Street

6 Vine Street c. 1935 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow finished in stucco, with an undersized gable dormer on the façade with exposed rafter tails. A hipped-roofed brick and stucco porch extends across the façade. Fenestration is flat-topped, retaining original sash. On the south elevation is an exterior gable end step-shouldered brick chimney.

7 Vine Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story minimalist traditional apartment building, finished in stucco, with a flat roof and a modest

cornice with an unadorned parapet. 3-bay façade with the main entrance centered accessed from a small stoop and shielded by a pedimented hood supported by plain wood posts. Fenestration is flattopped, with some steel frame windows retained and others double-hung.

8 Vine Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story Dutch Colonial Revival-style residence finished in wood shingles, with a gambrel roof

penetrated by dormers. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash. A brick porch extends across the façade with a turned spindle balustrade.

9 Vine Street c. 1935 contributing building

2-story minimal traditional residence finished in blonde brick, with a nearly flat roof and a doublegallery porch extending across a portion of the façade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with multi-light sash. Secondary entrance accessed from Simms Street on the north side.

Garage c.1970 non-contributing building

1-story concrete block, two-bay garage with a front gabled roof accessed from Simms Avenue.

10-10A Vine Street c. 1935 contributing building

2-story original double house finished in brick with a hipped roof and matching mirror-image

entryways shielded by brick porticos. Fenestration is flat-topped with multi-light sash.

Garage c.1935 contributing building

Two-bay, flat roof, concrete block garage with side parapets.

11-11A Vine Street c. 1935 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare double house finished in polychrome red brick with a hipped roof brick porch and mirror-image arrangement of the façade, with entry doors and windows on the first floor and windows above. Fenestration is flat-topped, with some replacement sash. A small gable dormer is centered on the façade.

Garage c. 1935 contributing building

1-story, two car brick garage with a pyramidal roof and two modern overhead doors.

12 Vine Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare finished in synthetic stone with a hipped roof and hipped dormers. The front porch incorporates an enclosed section which may date from the original construction. Two entry doors on the façade suggest that the building has been converted for double occupancy. Fenestration is flat-topped, with windows set singly and in pairs. Due to the synthetic stone and replacement windows, the house is non-contributing.

104 Vine Street c. 1970 non-contributing building

Gambrel-roofed non-historic garage apartment which may be associated with the house adjacent which faces Hall Street.

105 Vine Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow with Craftsman elements of wood construction, finished in insulbrick, with a shed-dormer front and rear with exposed rafter tails. Decorative brackets under the eaves. It appears that the front porch has been enclosed at an early time, retaining the historic 4/1 sash.

107 Vine Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

1½-story side-gable-roofed Bungalow of wood construction with shed dormers front and rear, and an enclosed front porch from which is accessed the main entrance. Fenestration is flat-topped, with sliding glass replacement windows.

108A-108B Vine Street c. 1925 contributing building

1-story residence converted for double occupancy with a front gabled roof and paired entry-doors shielded by a shed-roof hood, supported by plain wood posts. The exterior surfaces are finished in Insul-brick. Although this residence has been converted to double-occupancy, the overall form is intact and it retains sufficient integrity to be listed in the district.

109 Vine Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story side-gable-roofed Bungalow with Craftsman elements of wood construction with shed roof with a shed dormer and a recessed porch supported by plain wood posts. Fenestration is flat-topped, with multi-light sash.

Garage c.1925 contributing building

1-story, one car garage with vinyl siding, gable front, and an overhead door beside the house.

110-110A Vine Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story multi-tenant building finished in red brick with a flat roof and a stepped parapet beneath

which is a double-gallery porch with the second story finished in wood and enclosed within a series of windows, creating a sunroom on the second floor. The first story of the porch is supported by brick piers and enclosed within a solid brick railing.

111 Vine Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story, front-gable house with Craftsman-style elements. Full-width, gable-roof porch. Clapboard siding with shingles in gable ends. Decorative brackets under the eaves and the pediments of the gable on the façade and a corresponding porch finished in wood shingles. The porch exhibits curvilinear intrados. Fenestration is flat-topped, 3/1, retaining the original sash.

113 Vine Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story, front-gable house with Craftsman-style elements. Hip-roof porch with an offset pediment

over the main entrance. The porch is supported by clustered wood posts. The pediment of the gable on the façade incorporates decorative wood trim and wood shingle finishes. On the north elevation is a gable-end-oriented projecting oriel which likely accesses an inglenook on the interior.

201 Vine Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story vernacular residence of wood construction with a gable roof and gable-end orientation to the street, with a hipped-roof porch and an offset pediment over the main entrance. The building is clad in non-historic siding and incorporates replacement flat-topped, windows.

203 Vine Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story gable-end-oriented residence of wood construction with a brick front porch supported by plain wood posts. 2-bay façade with the main entrance offset. Fenestration is flat-topped, 3/1. Decorative brackets under the eaves which are finished in vinyl.

206 Vine Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story side-gable-roofed Bungalow with a combination hipped/gabled dormer on the façade. The exterior surfaces are finished in stucco, with original multi-light sash retained with window units set singly and in pairs.

Garage c. 1925 contributing building

1-story garage finished in stucco with original hinged doors and front gabled roof.

207 Vine Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

2-story vernacular residence of wood construction which appears to have been built in sections with a gable-end-oriented wing and a rear side-gable-oriented wing with a connector. The façade incorporates a hipped-roof front porch supported by plain wood posts. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash. Basement level garages are accessed from the side elevation. The building has undergone a number of changes, including replacement windows/siding and additions, and is thus considered non-contributing.

209 Vine Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

2-story gable-end-oriented brick-finished residence to which has been added a non-historic addition on the façade and multiple other modifications with a loss of integrity.

303 Vine Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story, front-gable house with Craftsman-style elements. Finished in asbestos shingles with

decorative brackets under the eaves and a gable-end-oriented front porch supported by plain wood posts and enclosed within a solid wood railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, with modest windowheads.

Garage/Apartment c. 1925 contributing building

2-story tile garage/apartment with original hinged doors and side gabled roof.

305 Vine Street c. 1925 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare of wood construction, finished in weatherboard, with a hipped dormer and a 2-bay façade. Built on a raised foundation, with a front porch accessed by a series of concrete steps. Fenestration is flat-topped, with multi-light replacement sash.

Garage c. 1925 contributing building

1-story gabled end garage with overhead doors.

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