Building Address: 109 South Gillette Avenue
Section / Block / Lot:
Surveyor’s Name: Jackie Peu-Duvallon
Survey Date: May 2004
Building Type: House
Building Name: N/A
Date of Construction: c. 1920
No. of Floors: 2
Decorative Features: Exterior window and door moldings, shutters, square porch columns and flat sawn spandrels
Siding Material(s): Asbestos shingle
Roof Style(s): Eave front gable end
Roofing Material(s): Asphalt shingle
Foundation: Concrete block
Window Style(s): 6/6 and 12/12 double hung replacements
No. of Entrances and Placement: Two doors on the east elevation.
Chimneys and Placement: One interior brick chimney, one exterior stone masonry chimney
Condition: Very good
Architectural Integrity: High – Moderate; the original roofing and siding materials have been replaced, as have the original windows.
Architectural Style: Colonial Revival
This two-story, five-bay-wide Colonial Revival house has a typically square, symmetrical massing. It has an eave front gable end roof and rectangular plan. On its north façade is a one story wing with an eave front gable end roof and a porch. The porch is supported by square columns and features flat-sawn spandrels. There are two doors on the east façade, one under this porch and one front door at the center of the main portion of the house. The front door is framed by a Federal style molding and pediment. The house is clad in yellow asbestos shingle with white-painted trim. The roof is clad in asphalt shingle. The windows throughout the house are six-over-six and twelve-over-twelve double hung replacements, framed by dark-painted shutters. The house has one exterior brick chimney on the south façade and one exterior stone masonry chimney on the north façade.