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

Owner’s Name:

Building Name: N/A

Date of Construction: 1904

Architect:

Building Dimensions:

No. of Floors:2

Decorative Features:

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

Description:
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.

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

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