1630 Kensington Road
House. Contributing, by 1926.
Tudor Revival style one and one-half story house with a steeply pitched clipped gable roof. Walls are stucco. Shed roof dormer at the front, and an engaged entry stoop at the southwest corner. Stoop has square posts. Windows are double and triple multi-light casements, and the front door is multi-light-over-panel, a possible replacement. One-story wing at rear. House is sited on a hill above the street, with large trees, and a brick retaining wall on the south side of the drive. Horace B. Bryant, a salesman, and wife Florine lived here from 1941 to 1942. Fred W. Streetman, an insurance agent, and wife Frances lived here from 1943 to 1944. In the late 1940s Mack P. Spears, a lawyer, and wife Maude lived in the house. Good condition.
(Sanborn maps, city directories)
Garage. Contributing, by 1926.
One-story frame building with a steeply pitched clipped gable roof.