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322 E Canon Perdido St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1926
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
A one-story Spanish Colonial Revival style house; The street facade sits atop a retaining wall of irregular shaped sandstone blocks. The lower pitched gable roof features a large window covered by a metal grill, flanked by two, four-light wood casements. The porch is supported by square wood posts and capped by a broken pitched continuation of the main gable roof, extends across most of the elevation. The exterior material is comprised of white-painted brick walls. Features small windows and low pitched side gabled roof covered in terra cotta tiles.
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610 612 Bradbury Ave
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1914
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The four bungalows, two on each side of a central sidewalk were constructed in 1914. These dwellings are resting on a concrete foundation with a rectangular footprint. The roof is flat. The two street facing dwellings have three corner parapets clad with lapped wood boards and wood trim. The street facing west facades are clad with lapped wood boards while the remainder of the facades are clad with a smooth plaster. A cornice line with medallions is present on the plastered walls...(more)
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2602 Bath St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1927
Architectural Style: English Vernacular
One-story English Vernacular style residence, L-shaped house with steep roof pitch and gables. The main entrance is located in the center of the round tower which features a conical cap. The roofs are covered with irregularly shaped wood shingle. The door is made of a heavy wooden material and is shaped with a round arch. The door is recessed at the wall plane with stucco return. Below the front facing gable lies a sliding window. This residence does not have any half-timering, and is primarily comprised of stucco material throughout its exterior.
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2527 Bath St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1900
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
One-story Queen Anne style residence, asymmetrical appearance in the cross-gabled roof form. Features a polygonal bay with a prominent roof cone turret. The bay features 4 sets of double-hung windows, deeply recessed in wood framing. The window frames are extended out beyond the windows in the stick-style fashion. The fenestration is mainly comprised of sash windows, and fixed windows with small lights inset in the upper portion. The single story porch is located off-center, to the east-most corner of the facade and is deeply recessed, supported by several simplistic posts...(more)
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2012 Bath St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1907
Architectural Style: Craftsman
This is a 1 & 1/2 story Craftsman style house. This house features low-sloped rooftops with large overhanging eaves and is simple in form. The front facade has two wide doors made of wood and feature a pattern or grid of small lights inset in the upper portion. The windows demonstrate intricate detailing in the upper sashes of the double hung wood window such as multiple lights divided by horizontal mullions. This home's exterior is composed mainly of wood shingle.
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1727 Bath St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1894
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
One story, Queen Anne style residence; asymmetrical appearance in the hipped roof form, featuring lower cross gables. The front facing low gable ends are adorned with fish scale shingles. Features a shed roof porch supported by 6 narrow posts which sit on a high foundation. The windows are wood frame sash, and the exterior walls are comprised of horizontal and vertical shiplap siding.
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1704 1706 Bath St. (234 Valerio St.)
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1910
Architectural Style: English Vernacular & Tudor/Craftsman
Two story, English Vernacular & Tudor style residence with a small Craftsman style influence. Features a hipped roof and includes dormers that help turn the upper attic space into a usable floor. The front facing gable, extends outward and is supported by two massive, stucco columns, which creates a deeply recessed porch. The gable ends feature vertically placed verge-board detail. Features double hung windows, divided by horizontal mullion on the upper sash; recessed at the wall plane with stucco return with no trim...(more)
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1518 Bath St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1883
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
Two-story, Queen Anne style residence; asymmetrical appearance in the cross-gabled roof form; features low gabled roof adorned with fish scale shingles on its pediments. The single story porch is located off-center, to the left-most corner of the facade and is deeply recessed, supported by several simplistic posts. The facade of the building features a balcony with wooden balustrades supported by a bay window comprised of a large fixed double window divided by rectangular mullions on the upper portion. The surrounding windows are narrow and double-hung...(more)
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1511 Bath St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1890
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
Two-story, Queen Anne style residence, asymmetrical appearance in the cross-gabled roof form, features steep pitch gables which add to the building's height and overall grandeur. The gable pediments are adorned with elaborate fish scale shingle patterns. The front entrance is off-center and tucked into the corner of a small open porch on the right front. The main entrance door features an arched shaped glass door divided by horizontal mullions. The windows are wide, double-hung. The side portion of the house features a bay window comprised of three, wide, double hung windows...(more)
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1417 Bath St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1890
Architectural Style: Stick
Two-story, Stick style residence featuring a steep pitch gable along the facade, and comprised in the cross gable form. The gable ends are supported by overhanging eaves adorned with brackets which help define the geometry of the Stick style. The single story porch is located off-center, and is deeply recessed, supported by three decoratively carved posts. The cornice of the porch feature elaborate wooden carved decor. The windows are elongated, wooden, double-hung and in most cases paired and outlined with darker wood trim...(more)
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1416 Bath St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1893
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
Two-story Queen Anne style residence comprised in the cross-gabled roof form, featuring steep pitch gables which add to the building's height and overall grandeur. The gable ends are comprised of horizontal weatherboard siding and feature semicircular windows. Also features a steep pyramidal roof tower surmounted above the recessed porch. The tower features geometric shingle patterns beneath the cornice. The two front porch columns are simple in form and are contrasted by the decorative band of fish scale siding that runs around the house at the second floor level...(more)
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1335 Bath St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1910
Architectural Style: Queen Anne Free Classic
Queen Anne Free Classic style house. Two-story wood frame house, featuring steep-sloped gables with two sets of opposing dormers, one large set with five window bays, one smaller with double casement windows. There is an asymmetrical "L" shaped recessed porch with two doors and five Doric wood columns set on a solid skirt.
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1316 Bath St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1885
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
One-story Queen Anne style cottage. Symmetrical massing featuring a hipped roof with low pitch, center gable. The floor plan is rectangular and the foundation is skirted with vertical board and lattice. The roof has boxed eaves with a modest overhang. The exterior siding is horizontal ship-lapped wood with vertical corner boards. A decorative vertical sawtooth skirt and contrasting horizontal band appears beneath the eaves of the north and west elevations.
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1215 & 1215 1/2 Bath St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1893
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
One-story Queen Anne style house with two front facing gables and a shallow porch projecting under a shed roof. The lower pediment features intricate, wood shingle patterns, while the lines on the upper gable is streamlined with a sunburst. The house has narrow wood weatherboard siding. a bay window on the front and side elevations. and decorative brackets over the bay windows. Windows are wood, one-over-one, double hung with ogee luggs. Front doors are wood, pane over panel.
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1135 Bath St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1892
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
Two-story, Queen Anne style house. Asymmetrical massing. The roof silhouette features a wide, round dormer which with a double-hung window. Features a large, wrap-around porch supported by partial height, classical, Tuscan style columns in groups of three. The wall materials are primarily composed of narrow wood weatherboards and contain decorative shingle patterns on the foundation of the porch.
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922 Bath Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1890
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
A two-story wood frame Queen Anne style house with a third story room in the gable and in the rectangular turret. The siding is wide ship lap, with a belly band of decorative shingles over the first story. Most of the windows are one-over-one, wood, double hung configuration with a few 4 over one and decorative large windows. The front door is deeply recessed behind a single doorway. There are decorative brackets under the wide overhanging eaves.
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901 Bath St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1878
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
Queen Anne style house. One-story rectangular building with attic. The front elevation features an octagonal turret that is cantilevered off of the second floor. The front porch is approached by a wide staircase and is supported by four smooth textured columns, above the porch there is a a triangular pediment with scroll pattern and well defined cornice detailing. Features dormer windows on two sides with bays underneath which echo the rich gingerbread and scroll work found on the gable ends. The windows are double hung wood, 1 x 1 panes...(more)
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824 Bath St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1904
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The two story structure with steep cross gables supported by wide carved brackets is an example of Craftsman style house. The side gable slopes down over the porch and is interrupted on the side with the front facing gable. The house features narrow, wood weatherboard siding and wood, double hung, six over one windows with ogee lugs and bay window on the second floor...(more)
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735 Bath St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1902
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
The single story dwelling rests on a pier foundation with a rectangular footprint. The gable-on-hip roof has cross-gables on the east, south, and north facades. The cross-gables have rectangular wood vents while the gable end on the hip roof has a rectangular fixed light. The roof is covered with fish-scale composition shingles and the eaves are wide with decorative braces. The walls and gable ends are clad with lapped wood boards. The recessed front porch is extended to the north creating a circular porch. The front porch is supported by four columns atop a wood balustrade...(more)
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726 Bath St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1920-1925
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The single story dwelling rests on a concrete foundation with a rectangular footprint. The side-gabled roof and centered shed dormer are covered with composition shingles and the eaves are exposed. The rafter tails are decoratively cut. The gable ends have four exposed roof beams also decoratively cut. Four square piers support the full-width front porch recessed under the principle roof. The header trim between each porch support is slightly arched. The porch piers and chimney attached to the north facade are clad in a stone material that appears to be sandstone...(more)
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324 W Arrellaga St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1887
Architectural Style: Stick style
Stick style house. A two-story house with a steeply pitched front facing, gable roof, and a wide single-story porch that wraps around to one side of the house with decorative stick features along the top corners of the thin chamfered posts. The fenestration consists of elongated, double-hung windows. These windows are topped by a slight pediment headers. The wall is composed of horizontal wood weatherboard siding.
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322 E Arrellaga St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1914
Architectural Style: Craftsman
Single-story Craftsman house, built in 1914. House is sheathed in clapboard siding, roof is a moderately pitched intersecting gable type. Front gable porch roof is supported by brick piers. Deep roof eaves are supported by brackets. A brick chimney is located on the side elevation. Fenestration is comprised of a combination of wood framed fixed single pane and double hung sash windows. Some of the fa├žade's windows are embelished with leaded glass.
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124 E. Arrellaga St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1900
Architectural Style: Craftsman
Shingle style house. Two-story structure with a steep, side facing, gable roof, with wide overhanging eaves, wood shingle siding, and a symmetrical entrance. The fenestration consists of 6 and 9 paned, wooden windows arranged in rows on the second story and on the first story.
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120 E. Arrellaga St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1904
Architectural Style: Shingle
Two-story Shingle style house with dark, wood shingle siding, with a low pitched gabled roof. The Shingle elements of the house are extensive and varied: weathered wood shingles, multi-pane casement windows, unique pointed arch over the porch entrance.
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21 W Arrellaga St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1890
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
Queen Anne style house. A two story cross cabled house that features elaborate diamond shaped, wood shingles in the steep gable ends and brackets under the eaves. Just below the front gable sit two, narrow, double-hung wood windows, and just below that is a simplified, rectangular bay window that features a fixed window in the center of two double hung windows. The front porch wraps the corner with columns that feature Corinthian capitals. The double doors of the front entrance feature beveled glass in a wood frame. The wall materials is wood shiplap siding.