414 Crescent Avenue

W. V. Reid House

414 crescentHouse. Contributing, by 1926.
Excellent example of a Classical Revival style one-story house. Wing at the southeast corner. Side gable roof with projecting front gable roof center bay, boxed returns, and wide overhanging eaves. Brick veneer walls. Entry stoop has a segmental arch supported by triple columns. Front door has an elliptical fanlight and sidelights. Windows on either side of center entry are triple, multi-light-over-one, with elliptical fanlights. Front patio has a low brick wall and brick piers. Fanlights in gable ends. Engaged corner porch at the northeast corner has brick posts, brick balustrade, and steps to the east side. Striking sitting high on a hill, with original concrete steps leading to center entry. Driveway on east side is framed by brick piers. Nicely landscaped. Mrs. Janet Reid, widow of W. V. Reid, lived here from 1939 to 1940. She was a part-time resident of Orlando, Florida. Miss Annie J. Reid lived here from 1941 to 1942. Dr. Fred O. Trotter and wife Margeurite lived here from 1943 to 1944. Fred Justus, manager at Justus Pharmacy, and wife Florabelle lived here from 1945 to 1965. Good condition.
(Sanborn maps, city directories, owner)

Garage. Contributing, by 1954.
One and one-half story building with brick veneer walls and double garage doors. Cross gable roof with elliptical fanlight in gable ends. Probably built not long after the main house. 

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