1029 Patton Street
Building. Contributing, ca. 1949.
Four Square style two-story building which is very similar in size and scale to #20 next door. Hip roof with wide overhanging eaves, orange brick veneer walls, and a central brick chimney. Entry stoop has a flat roof supported by fluted square posts. Windows are three-vertical-over-one, double and triple. Front door is three-vertical-over-panel. According to city directories, this building was not constructed until ca. 1949, and was built as an apartment house. Good condition.
(Sanborn maps, city directories)
Apartment and carport. Contributing, ca. 1949. One-story hip roof apartment building with a multi-car carport built onto the north side. Carport may be original since this was built as apartments.