Building Address: 23 Maiden Lane

Section / Block / Lot:  19 / 8 / 27

Surveyor’s Name:  Jackie Peu-Duvallon

Survey Date: November / December 2003

Building Type:  House

Owner’s Name:  

Building Name: N/A

Date of Construction:  1921

Architect:  Unknown

Building Dimensions:

No. of Floors:  2

Decorative Features:  

Siding Material(s): Wood clapboard

Roof Style:  Gambrel

Roofing Material(s): Asphalt shingle

Foundation: Concrete block

Window Style(s):  Chicago, Four-over-one, ten-over-one  

No. of Entrances and Placement:   One front door centrally located

Chimneys and Placement:  One brick interior gambrel-end  

Condition: Excellent

Architectural Integrity:  High, the house has likely had little alteration. The original roofing material has been replaced with asphalt shingle and French doors have replaced windows on the first floor.

Architectural Style:  Vernacular Dutch Colonial Revival

Description:
The gambrel roof, flared eaves, and prominent porch of this house are reminiscent of the Dutch Colonial Revival style. Standing two stories, this house is of frame construction with white painted wood clapboard siding. Its prominent eave front gambrel roof is of asphalt shingle and has an attractive shed dormer. Two pairs of Chicago windows, comprised of four-over-one and ten-over-one sash, are set into the dormer. Its front door is centered beneath its integrated porch.  Sidelights flank the front door. Heavy white wood columns support the porch. A sun room attached to the west side of the house has the same columns at its exterior corners. The house has an interior brick chimney at the western gambrel end.

Source:
Tax assessment cards, Incorporated Village of Patchogue Building Records.

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