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West Side Inventory

David Newman House Contributing, ca. 1925. One-story side-gable cottage with weatherboard siding and German siding on a rear addition. Shed roof front porch with replacement posts and balustrade. Exterior end chimney. Six-over-six windows and modern door. David Newman, a realtor, lived here from
Murphee House Contributing, ca. 1920. One and one-half-story bungalow with vinyl siding, including covering porch posts. Deck added to rear. Side gable roof with shed roof dormer, exterior end chimney. Front engaged porch piers are stuccoed. Three vertical-over-one and casement windows. Multi-light
Robert M. Sharp House House. Contributing, ca. 1920. Two-story Colonial Revival house with a center hall plan, hip roof, and original weatherboard siding. One-story wing at rear. Wraparound porch with tapered posts on brick piers, no balustrade. Upper porch with turned columns and hip roof above
Lawrence Crouch House Contributing, ca. 1920. One-story plus basement bungalow with hip roof and projecting gable roof bays. Stepped knee braces. Shingle siding. Attached front porch has replacement iron posts. Exterior end chimney. Six-over-six and twelve-over-one windows, modern door. Lot slopes
George F. Knappen House Contributing, ca. 1920. One-story plus basement bungalow with a cross gable roof, weatherboard siding on first floor, and shingles in gable ends. Wraparound bungaloid porch with solid brick balustrade. Central interior end chimney. Eight-over-one and casement windows. Modern
Wiltshire Griffith House Contributing, ca. 1910. One and one-half story late Queen Anne house with a multi-gable roof, weatherboard siding, and attached front porch. Porch has paired, recessed panel, square columns. Interior brick chimney. One-story wing at rear, southwest corner. One-over-one and
Elizabeth E. Ehringhaus House House. Contributing, ca. 1920. One-story bungalow with a cross gable roof; hip roof at rear. Vinyl siding. Several wings and additions after 1926 including the entry stoop. Porch on southeast corner enclosed. Patio added at front. Multi-light-over-one windows; some
Henry J. Quilhot House Contributing, ca. 1925. One and one-half story Tudor Revival cottage with an L-shape floor plan and a side gable roof with a projecting front gable wing in the center. Main entry at junction of the wings, faces Hedge Alley. Stucco walls, arched multi-light windows, some