Building Address: 75 Woodlawn Avenue

Section / Block / Lot:

Surveyor’s Name:  Cristina Muia

Survey Date: 9/04

Building Type: Residence

Owner’s Name:

Building Name:

Date of Construction: c.1920

Architect: Unknown

Building Dimensions:

No. of Floors:

Decorative Features:  iron hand railings adjacent to the front door

Siding Material(s):  brick

Roof Style:  gable

Roofing Material(s): asphalt

Foundation: stone

Window Style(s): decorative double sash and casement

No. of Entrances and Placement: 

Chimneys and Placement: 

Condition: excellent

Architectural Integrity:  good

Architectural Style:  English & Colonial Revival

Description:
This site closely resembles the house at 108 Vanderbilt Blvd in terms of style and decorative features.

History: 
This house was built as part of Idle Hour Development, after William K. Vanderbilt’s mansion was sold to developers.  The current owner said that there was a twin of this house in the development but she could not recall the exact address.

Source:
Interview with home owner, September 2004. (No contact information given)

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