Building Address: 52 Brown’s River Road
Section / Block / Lot:
Surveyor’s Name: Jackie Peu-Duvallon
Survey Date: January 2004
Building Type: House
Building Name: N/A
Date of Construction: ca. 1910
No. of Floors: 1
Decorative Features: Sunburst balustrade
Siding Material(s): Wood shingle
Roof Style: Eave front gable end
Roofing Material(s): Asphalt shingle
Window Style(s): 1/ double hung replacements
No. of Entrances and Placement: One front door on the north elevation, one side door on the west elevation.
Chimneys and Placement: One interior stovepipe
Architectural Integrity: Moderate; the original roofing material and windows have been replaced. Aluminum siding has been installed at the soffits. A new balustrade has been installed.
Architectural Style: Vernacular Turn of the Century Folk
This simple vernacular shack is located on a lot with two other small historic buildings, directly on the Great South Bay. This house and the others with it are likely original baymen’s shacks. The house stands one story and has an interior stovepipe. The eave front gable end roof is clad in asphalt shingle. The exterior walls are of wood clapboard. A shallow porch with a sunburst balustrade adorns the north façade. The entrance is on the north façade, facing Brown River Road. There is also a side door on the west façade.