Building Address:  6 Library Lane

Section / Block / Lot:     

Surveyor’s Name:  Jayme Breschard

Survey Date:  June 9, 2004

Building Type:  residence

Owner’s Name:  Eileen Ruppe

Building Name:     

Date of Construction:  ca. 1920 – 1930


Building Dimensions:  47’ x 30’

No. of Floors:  1 ½

Decorative Features:  hipped entry porch with Tuscan columns, paneled shutters with trefoil motif, and a corbeled chimney cap

Siding Material(s):  painted wood shingle, sawed, coursed

Roof Style:  side-gabled

Roofing Material(s):  asphalt shingle, plain

Foundation:  concrete

Window Style(s):  six-over-one double-hung sash and circle-top (round-headed) single-hung sash windows

No. of Entrances and Placement:  one-light, three-panel entrance on the east facade

Chimneys and Placement:  exterior brick end-wall chimney on north elevation      

Condition:  good

Architectural Integrity:  one-story side-gabled additions on both south and north elevations; windows replaced

Architectural Style:  Bungalow

The building at 6 Library Lane sits on the west side of the street.  A gravel drive runs along the south elevation of the building to a one-story side-gabled garage in the rear (west) lot.  The garage has painted wood shingle cladding and an asphalt shingle roof.  The east façade features a pair of Craftsman eight-light swing garage doors.   

Historical Information:

Gottfried, Herbert and Jan Jennings. American Vernacular Design, 1870-1940. New York: Van Norstrand Reinhold, 1985.

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