Building Address: 7 Argyle Lane
Section / Block / Lot: 16 / 19 / 2
Surveyor’s Name: Jackie Peu-Duvallon
Survey Date: February 2004
Building Type: Residential house
Building Name: N/A
Date of Construction: 1904
No. of Floors:2
Siding Material(s): Wood shingle
Roof Style: Eave front gable
Roofing Material(s): Asphalt shingle
Foundation: Concrete block
Window Style(s): Two-over-two sash
No. of Entrances and Placement: One front door, centrally placed.
Chimneys and Placement: One center chimney
Condition: Very good.
Architectural Integrity: High. Original roofing material has been replaced with asphalt.
Architectural Style: Turn of the century vernacular; Shingle Style
This shingled two-story house was built in 1904. It is located on a large lot and is a block from the Patchogue River. Typical of vernacular homes of that period in this area, the house is vertically proportioned, with its long and narrow footprint, and steeply pitched eave-front gable end roof. A large gable end dormer sits above the integrated porch line, and has two bays set into it. Two bays surround the centrally placed front door. The house has little ornamentation; its windows, soffits and porch support posts all are of wood and are painted white. Its center chimney is made of brick.
Tax assessment cards, Incorporated Village of Patchogue Building Records.