1000 Locust Street

Jack Schulman House

1000 locustContributing. 1949.
This one-story, side-gable, brick Ranch-style house has a covered entry stoop with the shed roof supported by metal posts and lattice.  Gable ends and soffits are vinyl.  There is a central brick chimney, windows are one-over-one and tripartite picture, and door is six-light-over-panel.   There is a side-gable addition on the southeast, with a different brick than the main block of the house.  This addition has an entry stoop and there are concrete steps and a sidewalk leading to it from the street.  On this same side, there is a brick-capped concrete block wall. House sits high on a hill, on a corner lot, with a notable stone retaining wall in front and concrete steps up the hill to the central walkway.  This house first appears in the 1950 city directory and on the 1954 Sanborn map. Jack Schulman, owner of a women's wear store, and wife Evelyn, lived here from 1950 to at least 1957. (Sanborn maps; city directories)

1000 Locust Street. Carport. Non-contributing. Modern.

There is a modern free-standing metal carport at the rear, accessible from the rear alley.

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