< The Sunset Park Historic District is situated about one mile south of the business district of the city of Wilmington in New Hanover County. The district spans approximately 227 acres and is composed of all or portions of seventy-five blockfaces. The district is bounded on the south by Southern Boulevard, on the west by Burnett Boulevard, on the north by Sunset Avenue, and on the east by Carolina Beach Road. West of the development is the Cape Fear River and Eagles Island. To the east and across Carolina Beach Road are Legion Stadium and the meandering five-mile shoreline of Greenfield Lake.
Laid out in August, 1912, by the Fidelity Trust and Development Company, Sunset Park building lots average 50 feet by 150 feet with setback of 25 feet. East-west oriented boulevards are 90 feet wide and north-south oriented streets are 60 feet wide. Landscaped center islands extend along Northern and Central boulevards and were originally planned for Southern Boulevard. Cross streets, running north-south and parallel to Carolina Beach Road, progress west to the riverfront. The streets honor United States presidents in order of their tenure: Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Monroe, Jackson, Van Buren, Harrison, Tyler, and Polk. Tyler Street was later renamed Burnett Boulevard to honor R. A. Burnett, New Hanover County Superintendent of Roads during the 1930s. Polk and Taylor streets are now within the precincts of the North Carolina State Port Authority, which are outside the historic district, west toward the Cape Fear River. Sunset Avenue was originally known as Carolina Avenue, and Madison Street was originally called Park Terrace. Although the principal east-west boulevards curve modestly, the development is basically laid out in a grid pattern. To accommodate Northern Boulevard’s curving street, the blocks bounded by Sunset Avenue and Northern Boulevard are irregular in size and shape.
All of the residences in the historic district face toward the north-south streets and the east-west boulevards. Houses along the curving boulevards have approximately twenty-five-foot setbacks and most are arranged so that their side walls are parallel to the east and west property lines. Exceptions are four early residences on Northern Boulevard near Harrison and Van Buren streets that are parallel to the front street line. Service alleys were not an integral design of the neighborhood with the exception of a narrow alley that runs between the houses situated along the 2000 block of Washington Street and Carolina Beach Road. Twin brick and wood pergolas stand at the eastern end of Northern Boulevard at its intersection with Carolina Beach Road. The structures were built in 1912 to mark the entrance to the subdivision. They were originally fitted with slat benches between the square posts and served as a waiting area for the trolley car connecting the neighborhood with Greenfield Lake and downtown Wilmington.
The majority of the residential resources date from the 1910s to the mid 1950s and incorporate Queen Anne, Craftsman, Tudor Revival, Colonial Revival, Cape Cod, and minimal traditional styles of architecture. The earliest houses are scattered along Northern and Central boulevards; 1940 to mid 1950s minimal traditional houses and ranch houses line the cross streets. Approximately fifteen infill houses of traditional designs have been built since the late 1950s to the present.
The earliest house designs are in the Queen Anne style, dating to the early 1910s. The two-story frame dwellings have hipped or gabled roofs, wraparound porches, corner towers, bay windows, projecting wings, wood or synthetic siding, shingles, and a wide range of window types. Three Queen Anne houses were built in Sunset Park: the 1913 Chadwick House (193) at 416 Central Boulevard, the 1914 Cavanaugh House (590) at 2015 Washington Street, and the 1914 Parker House (591) at 2019 Washington Street.
Craftsman-style bungalow houses, dating to the same period through the 1940s are one- to one-and-one-half-stories in height, with gabled or hipped roofs, exposed rafter ends and beams, triangular brackets, attached and engaged porches with wood posts on brick piers, wood or synthetic siding, shingles, exterior chimneys, and a variety of window sash patterns. Many of the older bungalows were sheathed with asbestos shingle and aluminum siding. More recently, vinyl siding has become a popular sheathing material, either replacing or covering the original siding. Eighty-seven examples of the bungalow house are found in the Sunset Park Historic District. Two-story examples of the Craftsman-style house are also scattered throughout the district.
Four examples of the foursquare house are sited along Northern and Central Boulevards. Similar to the two-story Craftsman-style house, the foursquare is a simple two-story square house with a low-pitched, hipped roof and symmetrical façade. The foursquares rendered in the Sunset Park Historic District include hipped dormers, full-width, single-story front porches and paired double-hung sash windows at the second level.
Two Tudor Revival-style houses, both dating to 1927, are situated on Northern Boulevard. The Elliott House (82) at 38 Northern Boulevard is a two-story tan brick house with gabled roofs, including a steeply-pitched, broad, front gable. The house features arched windows and doors and a variety of window treatments. The Harry Woollerton House (85) at 116 Northern Boulevard is a Craftsman/Tudor Revival hybrid incorporating a mix of Craftsman massing and porch with Gothic and Tudor arches, casement windows, and a broad exterior chimney. The Period Cottage style, a simplified rendition of the Tudor Revival style, is more commonly found in the district. Typically, the modest one- to one-and-one-half-story houses exhibit broad, front-elevation chimneys, arched doors, and steeply-pitched front gables.
Colonial Revival-style brick and frame residences, one- and two-stories in height, date to the 1920s to the 1940s with gabled roofs, generally symmetrical plans, attached front, side, and sun porches, and single or paired double-hung sash windows. The district includes two Colonial Revival-style churches, the 1950 Sunset Park Baptist Church (140) and the 1953 United Methodist Church (191), each exhibiting brick walls, pedimented entrances and porticos, gabled roofs, tall towers and steeples, and multi-light windows.
Cape Cod and minimal traditional houses, the most prolific of the house types, were built from the 1930s to the 1950s. They are one- and one-and-one-half-stories in height, frame construction with gabled roofs, entrance porticos or stoops, gabled dormers, wood or synthetic siding, shingles, and single and paired windows. Many of these modest homes were built to house shipyard workers and their families during World War II.
Many of the properties include garages and garden sheds. They typically date to the same period as the associated houses and are simple frame buildings with weatherboard or synthetic siding. The one- and two-car garages normally are gable-front buildings with either sliding or overhead doors, many still retaining the original doors.
Although Carolina Beach Road has become a major Wilmington thoroughfare with many commercial buildings, the 2000 and 2100 blocks included in the Sunset Park Historic District are principally residential. Two commercial buildings, one on each block, post-date the period of significance. One-story in height, they display brick veneer walls, flat or false Mansard roofs, large display windows and glazed doors, and sheltered entrances. Despite the fact that a large number of houses have been altered by the installation of synthetic siding and replacement windows, characteristic stylistic details are intact and the overall historical character of the architecture has been preserved.
Ninety percent of the resources contribute to the historical significance of the district. These include 585 houses, 238 garages and sheds, 2 sites, and 2 structures. There are a total of 84 noncontributing resources, including 50 houses and 34 garages and sheds. The noncontributing resources are scattered throughout the historic district.
Notes:
Properties are organized street-by-street. East-west oriented streets were surveyed first in the following order: Sunset Avenue, Northern Boulevard, Central Boulevard, Southern Boulevard, and Madison Street. North-south oriented streets were surveyed from west to east in the following order: Burnett Avenue, Harrison Street, Van Buren Street, Jackson Street, Monroe Street, Jefferson Street, Adams Street, Washington Street, and the west side of Carolina Beach Road. East-west oriented streets are listed north side first, then the south side. North-south oriented streets are listed west side first, then the east side.
A combination of documentary sources was utilized to determine the original date and owners of the buildings including deeds, tax records, city directories (1912-2001), and interviews with several property owners. The vast majority of the houses were owner occupied when built. Thus, where known, the houses are named after the original owner of the house.
All buildings are categorized as C (contributing) or NC (noncontributing) based on the following criteria. Any building built after the end of the period of significance, in 1957, is noncontributing due to its age. Buildings built before 1957 that have lost their architectural integrity because of substantial additions and/or alterations incompatible with their original character are also categorized as noncontributing because of these changes.
C = Contributing resource
N = Noncontributing resource
B = Building
OB = Outbuilding
S = Structure
Si = Site
00 block of Sunset Avenue, north side
1. Frankos House C/B 1942 3 Sunset Ave.
One-story brick minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; three-bay symmetrical facade; three bays deep; central door flanked by six-over-six sash windows; front windows framed by paneled shutters; attached porch supported by square posts; west-side deck; interior chimney; property purchased by Andrew Frankos, owner, Andy’s Place (diner), and wife, Irene.

2. Lewis, Cecil, House C/B 1943 7 Sunset Ave.

One-story frame minimal traditional house; side-gable roof with a front-facing gable on west side; synthetic siding; three bays wide and four bays deep; new porch supported by brick piers; new door flanked by six-over-six sash window on west side and an eight-over-eight sash window on east side; east-side, one-bay hipped roof addition; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Cecil T. Lewis, clerk, NC Shipbuilding Co., and wife, Rebecca Simpson.
2A. Garage
C/OB 1943
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide; west and center sections form two-car garage; east bay contains door into storage area.
3. Kelly, Albert, House C/B 1942 11 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional; side-gable roof; synthetic siding; three bays wide and two bays deep; center bay projects slightly with gabled roof curving out over recessed corner porch; eight-over-eight and six-over-six sash windows; rear sun porch attached to northeast corner of main block; property purchased in 1943 by Albert L. Kelly, clerk, NC Shipbuilding Co., and wife, Thelma.
3A. Shed
C/OB 1942
One-story frame shed with German siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and one bay deep; paneled central door flanked by four-over-four sash windows.
4. Pitchford House C/B 1942 15 Sunset Ave.
One-story brick minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; front-gable roof over west-side bay; entrance porch supported by foliated metal supports; six-panel door flanked on west side by a six-over-six sash window and on east side by an eight-over-eight sash window; east-side sun porch; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Sidney T. Pitchford, plumber, and wife, Ethel.
5. Bray House
C/B 1942 19 Sunset Avenue
One-story brick Colonial Revival-style house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; central gabled entrance porch supported by square posts; six-over-six sash windows; east-side sun porch; west-side entrance and adjacent small window sheltered by aluminum awning; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Forrest R. Bray, supervisor, NC Shipbuilding Co., and wife, Elsie.
5A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story, frame, two-car garage; vinyl siding; gable-front roof; west-side bay has four-light, paneled, overhead door; east bay enclosed by solid panel.
6. Williams, Clarence, House C/B 1943 23 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; synthetic siding; three bays wide and four bays deep; front gable over west bay; central entrance porch supported by foliated metal supports; six-panel door flanked on west by six-over-six sash window and on east by eight-over-eight sash window; east-side, shed-roof addition has eight-over-eight sash windows; west-side secondary entrance sheltered by aluminum awning; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Clarence R. Williams, proprietor of Williams Brothers Restaurant and wife, Sybil Jenkins.
6A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; two bays wide; overhead west-side door has two wide panes in upper section; east-side bay contains two-over-two horizontal sash window.
7. Smith, Ray, House C/B 1942 27 Sunset Ave.
One-story brick Colonial Revival-style house; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance has six-panel door protected by a gabled hood with a denticulated cornice and pediment; six-over-six sash windows; east-side wing with a small pedimented bay with similar door; west side has a projecting entrance with glazed upper-panel door and flat roof; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Ray M. Smith, carpenter, and wife, Eula.
8. Esclavon House C/B 1942 31 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; east-side, gable-front wing; synthetic siding; three bays wide and three bays deep; central and east bay contained within projecting gable; eight-over-eight sash windows; gabled wing at southeast corner of house has a six-over-six sash window; west-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Arthur R. Esclavon, carpenter, and wife, May.
8A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with vertical siding; low-pitched, gable-front roof; twin, double doors with chamfered upper corners.
8B. Shed
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame shed with vertical siding; side-gable roof; door in east-side elevation.
9. Johnson, Hooper, House C/B 1943 35 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; synthetic siding; east-side, gable-front wing forms screened porch and entrance bay; three bays wide and two bays deep; single and paired windows contain six-over-six sash; front facade chimney; rear ell with east-side chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Hooper Johnson, real estate agent, and leased to Ted Ingraham, engineer.
9A. Shed
N/OB c. 1995
One-story, frame, gable-front shed with central door.
100 block Sunset Avenue, north side
10. Burress House N/B 1970 101 Sunset Ave.
One-story brick ranch house; L-shaped plan; three bays wide and three bays deep; low-pitched gable roof with wide eaves; west-side bay incorporates two-car garage; center-bay entrance sheltered beneath engaged porch along flanking wall of garage; east bay has tripartite windows with one-over-one sash; interior chimney; property purchased in 1970 by Ray D. Burress, assembler, Babcock & Wilcox Co., and wife, Louise.
11. Burress Rental House N/B 1970 105 Sunset Ave.
12. Pace House
C/B 1947 109 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; synthetic siding; three bays wide and two bays deep; shed-roofed screened porch across center entrance and flanking windows supported by square posts; six-over-six sash; east-side secondary entrance sheltered by aluminum awning; interior chimney; property purchased in 1947 by Richard H. Pace, city policeman, and wife, Bettie.
13. Simon House C/B 1942 113 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof with west-side, gable-front wing; gabled dormer; three bays wide and four bays deep; six-light attic window in front gable; shed-roofed, entrance porch with picket balustrade supported by square posts; front windows incorporate eight-over-eight sash; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Robert Simon, superintendent, W. A. Simon Co., general contractors, and wife, Margaret.
13A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story, frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf door offset to the right of facade.
14. Collier House C/B 1941 117 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; central entrance and east-side bays incorporated in front-gabled projection with secondary gable supported by square, paired posts surmounting arched door; paired, six-over-six sash windows in west front bay; attic windows in end gables; east-side screened porch; interior chimney; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Bessie Lee Collier for rental income.
15. Esclavon-Hendrix House C/B 1942 121 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house with steeply-pitched side gable roof; synthetic siding; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance has six-panel door sheltered by gabled porch supported by square posts; scalloped shingles and fan light in front gable; flanking windows contain one-over-one sash; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Arthur and Tennie May Esclavon and leased to Seth W. Hendrix, welder, NC Shipbuilding Co., and wife, Lucille.
15A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf paneled doors on west side of facade flanked on east side by a single window with one-over-one sash.
16. Foster House
C/B 1942 125 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three-bays wide and three bays deep; left front bay forms gabled projection; shed-roofed, screened porch extends across center and east bays and is supported by square posts; eight-over-eight sash windows; east-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Charles K. Foster, produce merchant and wife, Velma.
16A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof with triple sliding doors.
17. Gray House
C/B 1942 129 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame house; weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; two bays wide and three bays deep; entrance in west bay sheltered beneath gabled porch supported by square posts; east bay has paired two-over-two sash windows with horizontal lights; louvered vent in front gable; west-side, shed-roofed addition forms carport and small shed; property purchased in 1941 by Louise A. Gray, wife of James A. Gray, carpenter.
200 block Sunset Avenue, north side
18. Jeffries-Hensen House C/B 1942 201 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door flanked by one-over-one sash windows; shed-roofed porch supported by square posts; attic vents in gable ends; property purchased in 1941 by Hallie Jeffries and Lena B. Lane for rental income.
19. Simon House C/B 1947 209 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center and east front bays form low gable; slightly projecting, gabled, screened entrance porch supported by square posts; six-over-six sash windows; interior chimney; rear ell with flat roof and west-side chimney; property purchased in 1947 by Lloyd Franklin Simon, bricklayer, and wife, Rosa.
19A. Garage
C/OB c. 1947
One-story frame garage with side-gable roof; board-and-batten siding; double-leaf door in west bay; six-light fixed window in right bay.
20. Higgins House C/B 1947 213 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; gabled, screened porch extends across three front bays and is supported by square posts; six-over-six sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1947 by Richard E. Higgins, salesman, and wife, Marjorie.
21. Danford House C/B 1947 217 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; gabled porch with picket balustrade extends across three front bays and is supported by square posts; one-over-one sash windows; interior chimney; west-side secondary entrance protected by shed-roofed porch; new two-story rear addition; property purchased in 1947 by Lenwood E. Danford, shipping clerk, Swift & Co., and wife, Blanche.
22. Mercer House C/B 1948 221 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; cat-slide front porch supported by square posts and enclosed by jalousie windows and central door; six-over-six sash in remaining windows; east-side, one-bay, addition; interior chimney; property purchased in 1947 by Alex P. Mercer, employee with Wilmington Cold Storage Co., and wife, Jewell.
23. Ligon-Collier House C/B 1947 225 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house, synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central bay has six-panel front door sheltered by gabled portico with foliated metal supports and railings; six-over-six sash windows; east-side entrance with bracketed shed roof; interior chimney; property purchased in 1947 by realtor John Harris Ligon of Wrightsville Beach and leased to Robert G. Collier, bookkeeper, Currin Wholesale Produce Co., and wife, Lucille.
24. Russ House
C/B 1947 229 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; shed-roof porch supported by square posts extends across front bays; central door flanked by six-over-six sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1947 by William P. Russ, engineer, Wilmington Cold Storage Co., and wife, Ruby.
Two-story minimal traditional; stuccoed walls; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; left bay incorporates one-car garage with four-light upper panel at first level and screened porch accessible by exterior stair along west elevation at second level; second bay has similar garage door surmounted by paired six-over-six sash windows; third bay contains entrance with six-light upper panel door and aluminum awning; east (fourth) bay features Chicago window at first level and paired sash above; property purchased in 1970 by Ray D. Burress, assembler, Babcock & Wilcox Co., and wife, Louise, for rental income.
25. Ligon-Hewlett House C/B 1947 233 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding with vertical siding across center entrance bay and beneath front windows; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; gabled porch sheltering entrance supported by square posts; one-over-one sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1947 by John Harris Ligon of Wrightsville Beach and leased to Leon R. Hewlett, clerk, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and wife, Virginia.
26. Ligon-Outlaw House C/B 1947 237 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; broad gabled porch across front elevation; porch features four foliated metal supports; central door flanked by six-over-six sash windows; metal attic vents in gables; interior chimney; property purchased in 1947 by John Harris Ligon of Wrightsville Beach and leased to Joseph L. Outlaw, Jr., Wilmington mechanic, Star News newspaper, and wife, Kathleen.
27. Markendorf House C/B 1947 241 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; shed-roofed porch with foliated metal supports on brick piers and attached aluminum awnings; six-over-six sash windows; side windows shaded by aluminum awnings; interior chimney; property purchased in 1947 by Jerome and Sara Markendorf.
27A. Garage
C/OB c. 1947
One-story frame garage with asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof; multi-light garage door in east bay; two-light paneled door in west bay.
28. Adkins House C/B 1947 249 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; screened, flat-roofed porch across front terminates at west end in projecting bay with six-over-six sash window; remaining fenestration is similar; east-side secondary entrance shaded by aluminum awning; interior chimney; property purchased in 1947 by C. H. Adkins, carpenter, and wife, Loleta.
29. Newkirk House C/B 1947 253 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; shed-roofed front porch with foliated metal supports shelters Chicago- style window in west bay; central entrance with six-light door and six-over-six sash window in east bay; interior chimney; east-side, one-bay addition with front roof coincident with main block of house; property purchased in 1947 by Thomas E. Newkirk, carpenter with B. E. Newkirk Construction Co., and wife, Annie.
300 block Sunset Avenue, north side
30. Galloway House C/B 1949 311 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and five bays deep; secondary gable forms front porch supported by foliated metal work on brick piers; glazed panel door flanked on west by single sash window and on right by paired sash; fenestration contains two-over-two horizontal-light sash; west-side, exterior-end chimney; east-side secondary entrance shaded by aluminum awning; property purchased in 1950 by Robert E. Galloway, maintenance employee, police department, and wife, Anna.
30A. Shed
C/OB c. 1950
One-story, shed roof with exposed rafters, weatherboard siding; horizontal-panel door at east end of front elevation.
31. House
N/B c. 1950 315 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame bungalow; vertical board siding on front facade, asbestos shingles on remaining elevations; hipped roof; three bays wide and five bays deep; engaged porch features square posts and simple picket balustrades above raised foundation enclosed by lattice work; sliding windows flank central entrance; remaining windows have two-over-two horizontal-light sash; house moved to site from Wrightsville Beach in 1994.
31A. Shed
N/OB c. 1960
One-story; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof.
32. Barnhill House N/B 1959 319 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; gabled entrance porch in second bay supported by square posts; one-over-one sash windows; property purchased in 1959 by May Barnhill.
00 Block Sunset Avenue, south side
33. Watts, John, House C/B 1942 2 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; left front bay projects in gable and incorporates eight-over-eight sash window and louvered attic vent; glass-enclosed, shed-roofed porch extends across second and third bays; eight-over-eight sash windows in the two bays west of door; interior chimney; house set on high knoll above street; property purchased in 1946 by John Thaddeus Watts, president-manager, Dr. Pepper Co., and wife, Alice.
34. Edwards House C/B 1943 6 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; second bay has paneled door with four lights in upper section and gabled porch with foliated metal supports; entrance flanked by eight-over-eight sash windows; six-over-six sash occupies west bay; interior chimney; house set on high knoll above street; property purchased in 1943 by Robert J. Edwards, foreman, NC Shipbuilding Co., and wife, Lucille.
35. Grant House
C/B 1942 10 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; shed-roofed porch with turned posts extends across all but east front bay; one-over-one sash windows; interior chimney; house set on knoll above street; property purchased in 1942 by John D. Grant, clerk, NC Shipbuilding Co. and wife, Alice.
36. Robeson House C/B 1942 14 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; synthetic siding; four bays wide and two bays deep; west front bay set slightly back from facade; gabled porch with square posts and louvered attic vent extends across second (entrance) and third bays; eight-over-eight sash windows flank entrance; six-over-six sash window in fourth bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1944 by James Salter Robeson, engineer, NC Shipbuilding Co., and wife, J. Charlie.
36A. Shed
C/OB c. 1950
One-story, gable-front roof with weatherboard siding.
37. Maynard House C/B 1942 18 Sunset Ave.
One-story brick minimal traditional house; gable-front roof with louvered attic vent; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance bay has gabled portico supported by square posts sheltering paneled door with fan light in upper panel; eight-over-eight sash windows; east-side screened porch; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Claude B. Maynard, supervisor, NC Shipbuilding Co., and wife, Ethel.
38. Vann House
C/B 1942 22 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; four bays wide and two bays deep; screened shed roof porch supported by square posts extends across all but east front bay; entrance in second bay flanked by eight-over-eight sash windows; west-bay window has six-over-six sash; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Roy M. Vann and wife, Frances.
38A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; two overhead doors; left door has vertical boarding; right doors has sixteen panels.
39. Jones, Charles, House C/B 1942 26 Sunset Ave.
One-story brick minimal traditional house; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance bay sheltered by gabled porch with foliated metal supports; eight-over-eight sash windows; east-side, sun porch; west-side, hip-roofed addition with paired six-over-six sash windows; property purchased in 1943 by Charles Jones, employee, NC Shipbuilding Co., and wife, Myrtle Walker.
40. House
C/B 1939 32 Sunset Ave.
One-story frame Neocolonial-style house with smooth stucco walls; side-gable roof; two gable dormers; two bays wide and two bays deep; window in east-front bay contains eight-over-eight sash; tripartite window in west-front bay has short, six-over-six sash; east-side, screened, shed-roofed porch with stuccoed lower walls.
41. House
N/B 1959 36 Sunset Ave.
One-story brick ranch house; side-gable roof with overhanging eaves appears to be installed over flat roof; five bays wide and two bays deep; east-side front bay has single sash window; second bay has near-floor-length paired windows, two west-side front bays project slightly and contain paired windows; horizontal-light sash in all windows; interior chimney.
100 block Sunset Avenue, south side
42. Victor House
C/B 1950 112 Sunset Ave.
One-story ranch house; rough-textured stucco walls, L-shaped plan; hipped roofs; four bays wide and two bays deep; metal casement windows arranged singly and in pairs; west- side, hip-roofed carport attached to house by breezeway enclosed by lattice work; property purchased in 1950 by Edward Victor, proprietor of Victor’s Stag Bar and wife, Ruby.
42A. Shed
C/OB 1950
200 block Sunset Avenue, south side
43. LeGwin, LeRoy, House C/B 1945 206 Sunset Ave.
Two-story frame gable-front house; German siding; two bays wide and two bays deep; lower east-side front bay consists of six-over-six sash window and nine-light paneled door; west-side front lower bay has wide, overhead garage door; second level has two six-over-six sash windows; east-side, exterior stair rises to an upper-story porch on east elevation; property purchased in 1941 by LeRoy LeGwin, office manager, Harris Oil Co., and wife, Innie.
43A. Shed
C/OB c. 1945
One-story frame, gable-front shed with German siding on lower walls, vertical, scalloped siding in gables; recessed corner porch; two-over-two horizontal-light sash windows.
44. McGeachy House C/B 1953 214 Sunset Ave.
One-story ranch house with brick veneer and synthetic siding; three bays wide and two bays deep; east-front bay has a fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash; porch area across east and center bays defined by broad metal awning, iron stanchions, and metal railings; single, one-over-one sash windows shaded by aluminum awnings; property purchased in 1953 by Henry McGeachy, personnel manager, Carolina Power & Light Co., and wife, Clarice.
44A. Shed
C/OB c. 1953
One-story frame garden shed with shed roof; synthetic brick siding; five-panel door in east-side front bay and one-over-one sash window in west-side front bay.
00 Block Northern Boulevard, north side
45. Wylie House
C/B 1942 25 Northern Blvd.
Two-story brick Colonial Revival-style house; side-gable roofs; main block three bays wide and three bays deep; eight-over-eight sash windows; entrance in east bay features recessed door and transom with criss-cross muntins enframed by pilasters and architrave; east-side, two-story, side-gable addition with vinyl siding, originally a garage, has tripartite windows with six-over-six sash at lower level and wall dormer in second level; broad shed roof covers sun porch on east side of addition; west-side, exterior-end chimney and west-side, side-gable ell; property purchased in 1942 by Ida Bell Wylie, widow of Dwight G. Wylie.
46. Curtis, Walter, House C/B 1939 39 Northern Blvd.
One-and-one-half-story brick expanded Cape Cod house; side-gable roof, two gable dormers; three bays wide and three bays deep; central projecting bay has steep gable and recessed door enframed by pilasters and architrave; paired six-over-six sash windows flank entrance; east-side wing has a single six-over-six sash window; one-story sun porch above basement garage attached to northeast corner of wing; west-side, screened porch; property purchased in 1939 by Walter E. Curtis, terminal supervisor, Texas Co., and wife, Elizabeth.
100 block Northern Boulevard, north side (Harrison Street intersects)
47. Mouring House C/B 1924 113 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman bungalow; weatherboard siding; bracketed, side-gable roof; bracketed, central, gable dormer with tripartite window; two bays wide and eight bays deep; broad, engaged porch extends beyond main block to form gable-end porte-cochere on east side;
porch accentuated by square tapered posts resting on brick piers and slightly peaked lintels;
east-bay entrance has six-panel door and paneled side lights; west bay contains tripartite window with eight-over-one sash; side elevations contain a variety of single and paired windows and projecting bays; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1924 by John Mouring, special accounts comptroller, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, and wife, Elizabeth.
48. Hill, Grover, House C/B 1927 121 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house, weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and five bays deep; secondary gable forms screened porch across center and east front bays; porch supported by tapered, square posts on brick piers; paired windows flanking entrance contain four vertical panes above a single pane; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1927 by Grover W. Hill, post office clerk, and wife, Flossie.
49. Davis, Lorenzo, House C/B 1915 127 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; bracketed gable-front roof with louvered attic vent; three bays wide and four bays deep; attached wraparound porch has side-gable roof; exposed rafters; tapered posts and vertical siding in skirts beneath screened panels; windows contain a variety of single and triple windows with multi-light sash; two interior chimneys; property purchased in 1915 by Lorenzo W. Davis, proprietor of L. W. Davis & Co., clothiers, and wife, Sallie.
50. Baum House
C/B 1924 133 Northern Blvd.
Two-story frame foursquare house; weatherboard siding; hipped roof; central hipped- roof dormer; three bays wide and three bays deep; nine-over-one sash windows; one-story screened porch with hipped roof and shingled walls; one-story ell attached to northwest corner of house; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1924 by Leo Baum, salesman, McGrath & Co., music store, and wife, Lydia McGrath.
50A. Shed
C/OB c. 1950
One-story frame shed with vertical siding; side-gable roof; center double-leaf door flanked by small, sash windows.
51. Andrews House C/B 1923 137 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; vinyl siding; side-gable roof with exposed rafters; three bays wide and three bays deep; gabled porch across west and center bays supported by tripled square posts on skirt walls; nine-over-nine sash windows; two interior chimneys; property purchased in 1922 by Leon P. Andrews, shipping clerk, American Molasses Co., and wife, Ruth.
52. Lytton House C/B 1932 143 Northern Blvd.
One-story brick Craftsman-style house; side-gable roof with exposed, stepped rafters; central gabled dormer with paired windows and supporting brackets; three bays wide and three bays deep; attached, screened porch across front incorporates high, brick corner posts, skirt walls with arched floor scuttles and arched lintels sheathed with weatherboards; window sash contain four vertical panes over a single pane; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property occupied in 1932 by Rome G. Lytton, Auto Supply Co., salesman, and wife Agnes.
Jackson Street intersects
53. Lucas House
C/B 1938 149 Northern Blvd.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style house; vinyl siding; side-gable roof with triangular eave brackets; four bays wide and two bays deep; attached front porch supported by square posts, tripled at corners and enclosed by a picket balustrade; entrance in east front bay; nine-over-one sash windows; two interior chimneys; property purchased in 1938 by Roscoe Lucas, plumber, and wife, Ruth.
54. Lucas-Stokley House C/B 1938 153 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; vinyl siding; gable-front roof with solid, triangular brackets; two bays wide and four bays deep; engaged porch features tapered posts on brick piers; nine-over-one sash windows; single light centered in front gable; interior chimney; property purchased in 1923 by Roscoe Lucas, plumber, and wife, Ruth; leased from 1938 to 1940 by Robert G. Stokley, supervisor, Cement Products Co., and wife, Lillian.
55. Ross House
C/B 1942 157 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame bungalow house; asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof; gable-front porch across west and center bays supported by square posts; paired windows west of door and a single window east of door contain six-over-six sash; rectangular, louvered vents in both front gables; interior chimney; occupied in 1942 by John H. Ross, salesman, and wife, Emily.
55A. Garage Apartment C/OB c. 1942
Two-story frame garage/apartment building; vinyl siding; gable-front roof; five bays wide and two bays deep; lower level contains mirror-image openings consisting of glazed upper-panel doors and six-over-six sash windows; east bay forms garage with low-pitched roof supported by square posts; upper story has similar sash and bay over garage has shed roof.
56. Williamson House C/B 1937 165 Northern Blvd.
One-and-one-half-story brick Cape Cod house; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; two gabled dormers; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance opens onto stoop; flanking paired six-over-six sash windows; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1936 by J. Arthur Williamson, clerk, Shell Union Oil Co., and wife, Thelma.
56A. Shed
C/OB c. 1937
One-story frame Craftsman-style shed; weatherboard siding; gable-front roof with exposed rafters; two bays wide and two bays deep; three-panel door in west front bay sheltered by gabled overhang supported by angular struts; six-over-six sash window; paired window on west elevation.
56B. Storage Building C/OB c. 1940
Two-story frame outbuilding; synthetic shingles; side-gable roof with exposed rafters; two bays wide and one bay deep; lower level contains door and six-light, fixed-pane window in former garage door opening and paired six-over-six sash windows in east bay; second level contains similar fenestration; small ell with side-gable roof and openings similar to west front bay.
57. Browne House C/B 1937 169 Northern Blvd.
One-and-one-half-story brick Colonial Revival-style house; steeply-pitched side-gable roof; full-facade shed dormer with four, six-over-six sash windows; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance bay has gabled portico with square posts; paired six-over-six sash windows flank entrance; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1936 by James N. Browne, office manager, Royster Guano Co., and wife, Ruth.
57A. Garage
C/OB c. 1937
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; garage access across entire front contains diagonal lattice in west half and twin, plywood doors in right half of opening.
200 block Northern Boulevard, north side (Monroe Street intersects)
 58. Hollingsworth House C/B 1930 201 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style; aluminum siding; cross-gable roof with exposed rafters; three bays wide and five bays deep; gabled, screened porch across west and center bays supported by short, tapered posts on high, brick piers, single and paired windows contain four vertical panes above a single pane; rectangular, multi-light window in porch gable; rectangular vent in east gable; east-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; rear screened porch; property purchased in 1930 by Lloyd Hollingsworth, conductor, and wife, Maggie.
59. Fulcher House C/B 1940 205 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Period Cottage; aluminum siding; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; projecting central entrance bay features gable with west side of roof sweeping down across exterior; recessed arched door; tapered chimney on front facade; single and paired window sash contain four vertical panes above a single pane; property purchased in 1940 by Delmas J. Fulcher, clerk, US War Department, and wife, Edna.
60. Southerland House C/B 1922 209 Northern Blvd.
One-and-one-half-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof with exposed rafters; three gabled dormers; three bays wide and three bays deep; engaged porch across front has scroll-design metal supports; eight-light center door flanked by paired, one-over-one sash windows; east-side, gabled, square bay; west-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1922 by Exum L. Southerland, Champion Compress & Warehouse, and wife, Anniebell.
60A. Garage/Apartment C/OB c. 1945
Two-story frame outbuilding with German siding; gable-front roof; two-car garage at ground level with solid doors; second level contains single and triple windows with six-over-six sash; east-side, shed-roofed, screened porch.
61. Davis, Harry, House C/B 1942 217 Northern Blvd.
One-story brick minimal traditional house; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; principal facade has two, progressive, gabled bays, center entrance opens on stoop; eight-over-eight sash windows; west-side, screened porch has front roof slope coincident with main roof; west-side, exterior-end chimney placed behind screened porch; property purchased in 1940 by Harry R. Davis, car service inspector, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, and wife, Ruth.
61A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf, paneled, swinging doors.
62. Chadwick House C/B 1927 221 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Period Cottage; vinyl siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; steep, gabled entrance bay has arched recess framing door; paired one-over-one sash windows flank door; remaining fenestration has two-over-two horizontal light sash; east-side ell has front roof slope coincident with main roof; transverse-gable wing at rear of house incorporates screened porch; interior chimney; property purchased in 1927 by David and Ethel Chadwick.
62A. Shed
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame shed with weatherboard siding; originally a garage; right door replaced by siding and left door replaced by solid-panel pedestrian door.
Jefferson Street intersects
63. Rhodes House C/B 1939 227 Northern Blvd.
One-story brick minimal traditional house; L-shaped plan with steeply-pitched gabled roofs; three bays wide and five bays deep; central entrance contains door with stepped lights in upper section; west bay has tripartite window with fixed, twenty-pane center panel and four-over-four flanking sash; gabled projecting bay on east has eight-over-eight sash window; small ell with transverse gable attached to northwest corner of main block; west-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1939 by W. K. Rhodes, Jr. for rental income.
63A. Garage
C/OB c. 1935
One-story frame garage with asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof; overhead door has four panes in upper panel; entrance faces side street.
64. Murray House C/B 1929 231 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; gable-front roof with triangular brackets; three bays wide and four bays deep; gable-front wraparound screened porch supported by square, tapered posts; central entrance flanked on west by paired windows and on east by wide, single window; upper sash contain series of vertical panes; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1929 by Isaac Murray, car inspector, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, and wife, Mary.
64A. Garage
C/OB c. 1935
One-story, frame garage with vertical siding; flat roof; double-leaf swinging doors.
65. Grant House
C/B 1929 235 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house, asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof with triangular brackets; three bays wide and seven bays deep; multi-light door and one-over-one sash windows; engaged porch reached by a flight of eight brick steps; extends across center and east
bays and wraps around east side; picket balustrade; east-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1928 by William and Margaret Grant.
66. Vann House
C/B 1939 241 Northern Blvd.
One-and-one-half-story brick Cape Cod; side-gable roof; two gabled dormers; three bays wide and two bays deep; central and east bays overlook raised patio enclosed by metal railings; door features tombstone shaped panes in upper section; paired six-over-six sash windows flank central entrance; east-side frame addition has secondary entrance accessible from patio, interior chimney; property purchased in 1929 by Roy H. Vann, electrician, and wife, Ruth.
66A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story brick garage; gable-front roof; overhead door.
67. LeGwin, Forney, House C/B 1928 245 Northern Blvd.
Two-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; vinyl siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance sheltered by flat-roof portico supported by brick piers; tripartite flanking windows contain four vertical panes over a single pane; second story has paired and single sash with similar panes; east-side, screened porch; east-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; two-story, shed-roofed addition at rear of main block has secondary entrance; property purchased in 1921 by Forney B. and Lila R. LeGwin.
67A. Shed
N/OB c. 1970
One-story frame shed with vertical siding; corrugated-metal shed roof.
67B. Garage
C/OB c. 1950
One-story, frame with vertical, board-and-batten siding; gable-front roof; paneled overhead door contains four panes in upper section.
300 block Northern Boulevard, north side (Adams Street intersects)
68. Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s C/B 1957 303 Northern Blvd.
Witness
One-story brick Modern-style church; stucco walls; three bays wide and five bays deep; flat roofs; principal (south) facade punctuated by high, transverse wall with church name and cross in raised figures; recessed entrance in left bay sheltered beneath porch supported by four stanchions with criss-cross interstices; similar material covers lower windows; jalousie windows in clerestory. Church currently occupied by Primera Iglesia Bautista—First Hispanic Baptist Church.
68A. Church Annex N/B 1994
One-story, painted concrete block walls; side-gable roof; four bays wide; windows have one-over-one aluminum sash and brick sills.
69. Huggins House C/B 1916 305 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; gable-front roof with triangular brackets; two bays wide and three bays deep; attached wraparound porch has low-pitched hip roof, Tuscan columns, and simple picket balustrade; west bay contains paired, one-over-one sash windows; multi-light door in east bay accentuated by side lights; triangular louvered attic vent in gable peaks; interior chimney; property purchased in 1916 by Thomas L. Huggins, building contractor, and wife, Dora.
70. Newkirk House C/B 1947 309 Northern Blvd.
One-and-one-half-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance with Tudor-arch door and west bay sheltered beneath shed-roofed porch with turned posts and balustrades; east bay forms gable containing vertical scalloped boards; east-side ell has gable roof coincident with main roof, but rear slope reminiscent of salt box; six-over-six and eight-over-eight sash windows; west-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1947 by Thomas E. and Annie C. Newkirk.
71. Christian House C/B 1947 315 Northern Blvd.
One-story minimal traditional house; rough stucco exterior; L-shaped plan with gables containing asbestos siding and triangular attic vents; four bays wide and three bays deep; west front, gabled bay has paired, one-over-one sash windows; engaged porch with jalousie windows extends across remaining facade; interior chimney; east-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property occupied in 1950 by Donald L. Christian, poultry dealer, and wife, Georgia.
71A. Shed
C/OB c. 1947
Rambling, one-story building; frame with asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; five-panel door at far end of south elevation.
72. Wade House
C/B 1919 321 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; asbestos shingle siding; T-shaped plan with gabled roofs; solid, triangular brackets and exposed rafters; five bays wide and five bays deep; central entrance has multi-light upper panel and is sheltered by gabled portico supported by Tuscan style columns; windows contain sash with four vertical panes over a single pane; east-side attached porch; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1919 by Virginia C. Wade.
72A. Garage
C/OB c. 1930
One-story, gable-front garage; corrugated metal side walls; vinyl siding and circular vent in gable; series of double doors in long wall of building.
400 block Northern Boulevard, north side (Washington Street intersects)
73. Dixon House
C/B 1923 401 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; vinyl siding; hipped roof with gable-front engaged porch across front elevation; porch supported by paired and tripled posts; west-side, screened porch; four bays wide and five bays deep; nine-over-nine sash windows; front door flanked by small, one-over-one sash windows; two interior chimneys; property purchased in 1922 by Roy C. Dixon, salesman, Armour & Co., and wife, Mary Louise.
73A. Garage
C/OB c. 1930
One-story frame garage with gable-front roof; barn-tin siding; double-leaf door of similar material offset to left of gabled front.
74. Hesketh House C/B 1928 405 Northern Blvd.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style; vinyl siding; hipped roof with triangular brackets and exposed rafters; hipped roof porch across front elevation supported by paired and tripled square posts on skirt walls; three bays wide and three bays deep; central projecting entrance bay rises through porch roof and terminates in broad, bracketed gable; center door has glazed upper-panel and is flanked by paired nine-over-one sash windows; duplicate of the house is located at 41 Central Blvd.; property purchased for rental income in 1924 by J. H. Hesketh, clerk, State Highway Commission--District #3 and wife, Bessie.
74A. Shed
C/OB c. 1940
One-story, frame shed with vertical siding; gable-front roof with wide overhangs; entrance centered on front gable.
75. Palmgren House C/B 1924 409 Northern Blvd.
Two-story frame foursquare house; vinyl siding; hipped roof with deep overhangs; central hipped roof dormer; hipped-roof porch across front elevation supported by square posts; four bays wide and four bays deep; entrance in west bay with tripartite window in east bay; second level has four windows arranged in closely-set pairs on each side of center line; windows have nine-over-nine sash and metal blinds; interior chimney; property purchased in 1924 by G. Ivan Palmgren, chief clerk, Tidewater Power Co., and wife, Alberta.
75A. Shed
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garden shed with metal siding; gable-front roof; overhead door centered on front gable.
76. Peschau House C/B 1924 413 Northern Blvd.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof with wide overhangs, triangular brackets, and exposed rafters; shed-roof porch across front elevation supported by paired and tripled square posts; first story is three bays wide with entrance in east bay; second story is four bays wide; nine-over-one sash windows; secondary entrance in east elevation sheltered beneath shed roof with triangular brackets; interior chimney; property purchased in 1924 by E. V. H. Peschau, cotton weigher, Champion Compress & Warehouse Co., and wife, Lucy.
76A. Garage
C/OB c. 1935
One-story frame garage with vinyl siding; gable-front roof; overhead door.
77. Pittman House C/B 1923 417 Northern Blvd.
Two-story frame foursquare house; vinyl siding; hipped roof with deep overhangs; central hipped-roof dormer with splayed and shingled walls; hipped roof porch across front elevation with shingle clad support columns; three bays wide and two bays deep; entrance door in center bay has multi-light upper panel and is flanked by small, one-over-one sash window; similar, paired windows are in upper story; remaining fenestration consists of nine-over-one sash and louvered blinds; east-side, exterior-end chimney with a sloped shoulder on street side; property purchased in 1923 by E. Freeman Pittman, conductor, and wife, Swanna.
77A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with vertical siding; gable-front roof; overhead door accommodates two cars.
78. Meigs-Bleecker House C/B 1925 421 Northern Blvd.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style house; asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof with wide overhangs and exposed rafters; hipped-roof porch across front elevation retains originals shingle-clad supports with alternating wide and narrow courses; four bays wide and four bays deep; entrance in east bay with tripartite window in west bay; second level has four windows arranged in closely-set pairs on each side of center line; nine-over-one sash windows; gable contains rectangular center light flanked by two square attic vents; property purchased in 1924 by Algernon and Marguerite Meigs and leased to Frederick G. Bleecker, manager, Johnson Chevrolet Motors Co., and wife, Myrtle.
78A. Shed
C/OB c. 1940
One-story shed with metal siding; gable-front roof; overhead door centered on front gable.
00 Block Northern Boulevard, south side
79. Newton, Francis, House C/B 1945 12 Northern Blvd.
Two-story brick Colonial Revival-style house; hipped roof; five-bay, symmetrical facade; central two-story pedimented pavilion; recessed central door with transom framed by pilasters and a swan’s neck pediment; paired six-over-six sash windows above door at second level; circular window in pediment; six-over-six sash windows flank entrance; east-side, one-story addition with hipped roof attached to house by enclosed hyphen; west-side, one-story garage attached to house by open breezeway; west-side, exterior-end chimney; house sits on a bluff and faces north; built for Francis E. Newton, salesman, E. W. Godwin’s Sons, and wife, Mariam.
Burnett Boulevard intersects
80. Harper House C/B 1954 22 Northern Blvd.
One-story brick ranch house; L-shaped plan with hipped roof over main block and gable-front roof in west projecting front bay; three bays wide and four bays deep; center entrance opens onto stoop; quadruple one-over-one sash window in east front bay; sixteen-light fixed window in projecting bay; quadruple one-over-one sash window and secondary entrance in first and second bays of west-side elevation; remaining windows have two-over-two horizontal sash; interior chimney; property purchased in 1954 by Wade H. and Ingrid Harper.
80A. Garage
C/OB 1954
One-story frame garage with vertical siding; gable-front roof with shingles in gable; two-car, paneled, overhead door with fixed panes in upper panels.
81. Low House (2) C/B 1940 30 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Period Cottage; weatherboard siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and five bays deep; central entrance has arched door with three stepped lights opening onto stoop; east- and west-front bays have paired six-over-six sash windows; exterior-front chimney east of door has two sloped shoulders on left side of stack; east-side, one-bay addition; louvered attic vents in gables; property purchased in 1939 by Avery S. and Susan K. Low who moved here from 106 Northern Blvd.
81A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors have criss-cross battens.
82. Elliott House
C/B 1927 38 Northern Blvd.
Two-story tan brick Tudor Revival-style house; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; four bays wide and three bays deep; tall front gable across lower three bays incorporates twin, arched French doors on east side of facade, tripartite window in center, and entrance with arched and bracketed hood on west side; second floor has paired six-over-six sash windows; west-gabled extension has similar tripartite window at first level, paired windows in upper story, and small casement offset to right above entrance; east elevation features triple French doors at first level, inset gable with casement windows at second and attic levels and exterior-end chimney; west-
side, shed-roofed porch supported by square posts; property purchased in 1927 by Grant C. Elliott, chiropractor and real estate agent.
82A. Garage
C/OB c. 1927
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; board-and-batten sliding doors across front elevation.
100 block Northern Boulevard, south side (Harrison Street intersects)
83. Low House (1) C/B 1930 106 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style bungalow; weatherboard siding; gable-front roof with exposed beams; three bays wide and six bays deep; one-over-one sash windows; projecting gabled porch across east and center front bays supported at corners by triple posts with bracketed caps resting on brick piers; gabled bay centered on west side elevation; twin attic vents in front gable; occupied in 1930 by Avery C. Low, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Sue.
83A. Shed
C/OB c. 1945
One-story frame shed; gable-front roof; board-and-batten walls with weatherboard siding in gable; solid panel door.
84. Pittman-Ezzell House C/B 1942 110 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame house; vinyl siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; center door flanked by one-over-one sash windows; entrance porch supported by square posts and enclosed with a picket balustrade; gable-roofed ell attached to southeast corner of house; property purchased in 1943 by Paul T. Pittman, employee, NC Shipbuilding Co., and wife, Ora, nurse; sold later in 1943 to J. W. Ezzell, restaurant owner, wife, Margaret.
85. Woollerton, Harry, House C/B 1927
116 Northern Blvd.
One-and-one-half-story brick Craftsman/Tudor Revival-style house; side-gable roof with exposed beams; four bays wide and three bays deep; front door sheltered beneath arched entrance porch with peaked parapet; segmental-arched windows with six-over-one sash; west bay forms projecting sun porch with casement windows in street facade; secondary door and bracketed shed roof in east elevation; west-side, exterior-end chimney and flat-roofed deck enclosed by flat parapets and criss-cross balustrades; wall dormer windows overlook deck; east-side, interior-end chimney; east-side, attached garage with bowed arch surrounding four-light doors, hood-molding rising to a point; splayed-buttress end wall and sloping roof parapet; property purchased in 1926 by Harry Woolerton, bricklayer, and wife, Caroline.
86. Woolerton, John, House C/B 1930 122 Northern Blvd.
One-story brick French Eclectic-style house; masonry quoins and brick denticulated cornice; L-shaped plan; steep, hipped roof over main block; gable-front roof over projecting west bay; three bays wide and three bays deep; central portion of front forms quarter-circle; screened porch with brick piers supporting broad, flat entablature; projecting bay contains tall, sixteen-
over-sixteen sash window and louvered attic vent; modern, frame addition to rear of house; property purchased in 1930 by John H. Woolerton, bricklayer, and wife, Edna.
86A. Garage
C/OB c. 1930
One-story brick garage; gable-front roof; door enclosed by painted concrete wall.
Van Buren Street intersects
87. Watkins House C/B 1945 128 Northern Blvd.
Two-and-one-half-story brick Period Cottage; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; three bays wide and five bays deep; east portion of front elevation features arched door with six-light upper panel, an eight-over-eight arched sash window, and gable enhanced by basket-weave brickwork; west front bay has taller gable and quadrupled eight-over-eight sash windows; east-side, sun porch with tripartite windows; broad, west-side elevation animated by a variety of asymmetrically placed single, double, and tripartite windows of various sizes; west-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1945 by George E. Watkins, manager, L. B. Price Mercantile Co., and wife, Dora.
88. King House
C/B 1924 134 Northern Blvd.
One-story brick house with Craftsman and Colonial features; clipped side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; center front entrance features glazed-panel door and flanking sidelights sheltered by attached portico with metal supports and wide cornice; east and west front bays contain large, single-pane windows with denticulated lintels; triangular attic gables centered over front windows; east-side, interior-end chimney, hip-roof bay window, and paired attic vents; property purchased in 1921 by Washington King, salesman, M. W. Divine & Co., and wife, Jessie.
88A. Garage
C/OB c. 1930
One-story frame garage; weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors extend across main facade.
89. Collins House C/B c. 1928 138 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; hipped roof; attached screened front porch has gable-front roof with exposed beams, triple square posts on high brick piers, and wide slat balustrade; three bays wide and four bays deep; center door has three vertical panes in upper panel; window sash contain three vertical panes above a single pane; single pane rectangular attic window centered in front gable; two interior chimneys; occupied in 1928 by John Collins, telephone operator, and wife Gwendolyn.
90. Crowley House C/B c. 1924 142 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof with exposed beams and wide eaves; engaged, screened porch features tapered posts, tripled at corners, on skirt walls; four bays wide and four bays deep; door in second bay has glazed upper pane; nine-over-one sash windows; paired, rectangular attic windows centered in front gable; two interior chimneys; occupied in 1924 by Francis P. O’Crowley, Sunshine Laundry proprietor, and wife Margaret.
91. McCabe House C/B 1938 146 Northern Blvd.
One-and-one-half-story brick Craftsman-style house; side-gable roof with triangular brackets and exposed rafters; gabled dormer with brackets, exposed rafters, weatherboard siding, and paired six-light windows; engaged, screened front porch supported by brick corner piers and paired posts on low brick supports; porch enclosed by picket balustrade; three bays wide and four bays deep; front door has multi-light upper panel; six-over-six sash windows; east-side, exterior-end chimney, projecting gabled bay, and louvered attic vent in east elevation; property purchased in 1938 by Harry L. McCabe, grocer, and wife, Vista.
Jackson Street intersects
92. Fountain, Spencer, House C/B c. 1924 150 Northern Blvd.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style house; shingle siding alternating wide and narrow courses; gable-front roof has wide overhangs and exposed beams and rafters; hipped-roof screened porch across front elevation has shingle-clad supports and skirt wall; four bays wide and four bays deep; entrance in east-side front bay; tripartite window in west-side front bay; four windows at second level arranged in closely-set pairs on each side of center-line; windows have nine-over-nine sash; gable contains rectangular center vent flanked by two square attic vents; property purchased in 1924 by Spencer Fountain, employee, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, and wife, Annie.
93. Hayes House
C/B c. 1924 154 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof with wide eaves, and exposed beams and rafters; five bays wide and three bays deep; attached, gable-front porch extends across three middle bays with entrance bay framed by square posts on shingled skirts and corners supported by shingled piers; porch peak highlighted by open-timber truss which extends across louvered attic vent; central front door has glazed upper panel; replacement one-over-one sash windows; tapered, interior chimney; property purchased in 1924 by William F. Hayes, employee, Tidewater Power Co.
94. Trundle House C/B c. 1926 158 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof with triangular brackets and exposed rafters; three bays wide and seven bays deep; attached front porch has transverse, side-gable roof extending across center and east bays and wrapping around northeast corner of house; porch supported by brick piers; central door has eight panes in upper panel and is framed by sidelights; six-over-six sash windows; two-bay, gabled projection along east elevation; louvered, rectangular attic vent in front gable; interior chimney; property purchased in 1920 by Albert S. Trundle, Jr., employee, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, and wife, Gladys Price.
94A. Garage
C/OB c. 1926
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; rare, original, board-and-
batten sliding door with intact overhead track closes across east half of facade.
95. Kemper House C/B c. 1939 162 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; L-shaped plan; gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; attached, shed-roofed front porch supported by simple columns shelters six-panel central door and sash window in east bay with four vertical panes over a single pane; west projecting bay contains similar sash and a small, six-light, stained-glass, attic window; east-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; two-story rear addition; property purchased in 1933 by Mrs. C. H. Kemper (Blanche).
96. Riggs House
C/B c. 1940 166 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; T-shaped plan; gabled roofs; four bays wide and three bays deep; arched entrance in second bay flanked on east by exterior chimney with unusual offset stack, and on right by projecting gable with paired six-over-six sash windows and lunette attic window; interior chimney; property purchased in 1940 by W. W. Riggs, plasterer, and wife, Jean.
97. Curtis, Burnell, House C/B c. 1940 170 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; four bays wide and three bays deep; projecting bay in west portion of front elevation features smooth-shouldered exterior chimney centered on gable and flanked by six-over-six sash windows with louvered blinds; entrance in triangle between projecting bay and main block has four-light door enframed by pilasters supporting bowed entablature; six-over-six sash windows; east-side attached screened porch has front roof slope coincident with main roof; purchased in 1940 by Burnell P. and Marguerite Curtis.
97A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; overhead door has four panes in upper panels.
200 block Northern Boulevard, north side (Monroe Street intersects)
98. Platt House
C/B c. 1924 202 Northern Blvd.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof with wide overhangs and solid triangular brackets; three bays wide and four bays deep; attached, gable-front porch across east and center bays; porch supported by square posts on brick piers; one-over-one sash windows; front gable has rectangular center panel flanked by two square attic vents; west-side, exterior-end chimney with single, smooth shoulder; property purchased in 1924 by John A. Platt, salesman, W. D. MacMillan Automobile Co., and wife, Edith.
98A. Shed
C/OB c. 1950
One-story frame shed with vertical siding; side-gable roof; center door flanked by small, one-over-one sash windows.
99. Buck House
C/B c. 1922 206 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof with wide overhangs supported by molded beams; three bays wide and four bays deep; attached, gable-front, screened porch supported by triple, square corner posts with square pegs at mid-height and bracketed caps, resting on skirt walls; nine-over-one sash windows; porch gable has single-pane rectangular window; interior chimney; property purchased in 1922 by E. H. Buck.
100. Price House
C/B 1932 210 Northern Blvd.
Two-story frame foursquare; narrow weatherboard siding from lower story to second-story window sills, and shingles at second level; hipped roof; central hipped dormer with transom-like window; three bays wide and three bays deep; attached hipped-roof porch across east and center bays supported by tapered posts on brick piers and brick skirt walls; porch extends east beyond house to form carport; central entrance features glazed-panel door with vertical panes and matching sidelights; east and west front bays at both levels have tripartite windows with one-over-one sash; rear, one-story addition; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1928 by Kelly W. Price, employee, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, and wife, Blanche.
101. Lockfaw, John, House C/B 1928 218 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; asbestos shingle siding; three bays wide and two bays deep; clipped, side-gable roof and gable-front, central entrance portico have triangular brackets and exposed rafters; portico features square posts, tripled at corners and paired against house with lattice interstices; east and right bays contain paired, six-over-one sash windows; shed-roofed ell along east elevation has secondary entrance in street facade and similar windows in side wall; two interior chimneys; property purchased in 1917 by John A. Lockfaw, Wilmington Iron Works, mechanic, and wife, Susan.
101A. Garage
C/OB c. 1930
One-story frame garage, gable-front roof; weatherboard siding; multi-panel door.
102. Lockfaw, Daniel, House C/B 1929 222 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center front bay protected by gabled entrance portico with slender posts and arched ceiling; glazed-panel door framed by sidelights; windows in flanking east and west bays have six small panes above six elongated panes in upper sash, and single-pane lower sash; side-gable addition at northeast corner of house has paired windows of similar design, but three panes wide; east-side, interior-end chimney; property purchased in 1922 by Daniel A. Lockfaw, M. W. Divine & Co., building supplies, bookkeeper, and wife, Elsie.
102A. Garage
C/OB 1929
One-story frame garage, weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; sliding doors; small four-pane light in gable.
Jefferson Street intersects
103. Moore House (2) C/B 1929 226 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; weatherboard siding; L-shaped plan; gable roofs with exposed beams; three bays wide and six bays deep; engaged front porch has arched terminations at sheathed posts; metal balustrades enclose porch; center and west bays surmounted by gable containing circular attic vent; secondary, slightly projecting gable centered on facade shelters arched door highlighted by four diamond-shaped panes in cross pattern; west-bay features tripartite, fifteen-light windows enframed by segmental arch and board-and-batten shutters; remaining windows contain four vertical panes over a single pane; gabled dormer above porch contains six-light arched casement; modern, shed-roofed ell with vertical siding and stepped-shoulder chimney along west elevation; property purchased in 1929 by Herman B. and Norma Moore.
103A. Garage/Apartment C/OB 1938
Two-story frame garage/apartment; German siding; gable-front roof with exposed rafters; board-and-batten sliding doors with original overhead track across facade; east-side secondary stair to second-story, shed-roofed platform; six-over-six sash windows; rectangular attic vent in gable.
104. Moore House (1) C/B c. 1930 230 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; gable-front roof with triangular brackets and exposed rafters; three bays wide and four bays deep; gable-front porch across east and center bays supported by diminutive, tapered posts on high brick piers; porch screened above skirt walls; six-over-six sash windows arranged singly and in pairs; square, louvered attic vent in gable surmounted by peak bracket; east- and west-side gabled bays; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1929 by Herman B. Moore, cashier, American Railway Express Co., and wife, Norma.
105. Snyder House C/B c. 1921 234 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; side-gable, standing-seam metal roof with triangular brackets; three bays wide and three bays deep; engaged front porch supported by broad, rectangular posts on brick piers; center door flanked by six-over-one sash windows; east-side, interior-end chimney; property purchased in 1921 by John A. and Undine Jenkins Snyder.
106. Bellamy House C/B c. 1946 238 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; door in center bay has four vertical panes in upper panel; gabled entrance portico features paired posts and arched ceiling; paired six-over-six sash windows flank central door; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1938 by Marsden and Jane Snyder Bellamy.
107. Vann Rental House C/B c. 1926 242 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; shingle siding; gable-front roof with triangular brackets and exposed rafters; three bays wide and three bays deep; projecting front porch with modern square posts and balustrades; porch gable slightly lower than main block; louvered attic vent with wide surrounds and molded label; center door has multi-light upper section and criss-cross panel; flanking one-over-one sash windows; east-side, shed-roofed addition is two bays wide and two bays deep with six-over-six sash windows; occupied in 1926 by Roy H. Vann, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad roundhouse foreman, and wife, Ruth.
107A. Garage
C/OB c. 1926
One-story frame garage with shingled walls, gable-front roof with exposed rafters, barn-tin roof; double-leaf, swinging doors across facade.
300 block Northern Boulevard, north side (Adam Street intersects)
Vacant lot
108. Eakins House C/B 1952 310 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame ranch house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and four bays deep; recessed east bay has vertical siding and scroll-pattern, metal corner support; second bay incorporates fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash and louvered blinds; six-panel door and two-over-two sash window in third and four bays sheltered by engaged porch with square posts and picket balustrade, interior chimney; front of property enclosed by rail fence and unusual, turned-baluster with peaked top; property purchased in 1952 by Theron Eakins, salesman, White’s Dairy, and wife, Georgia Mae.
108A. Garage
C/OB c. 1952
One-story frame garage; gable-front roof with exposed rafters; weatherboard siding; garage door in east side of facade; pedestrian door in west side of facade.
109. Simon House C/B c. 1950 314 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame side-gable, single-pile house; asbestos shingle siding; three bays wide and three bays deep; entrance in center bay has three horizontal panes in upper section; two-over-two horizontal light sash windows; attached front porch has diamond pattern, metal supports and balustrade; interior chimney; property purchased in 1947 by Jessie E. Simon.
109A. Garage
C/OB c. 1950
One-story frame garage with asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof; overhead door, offset to left, contains glazed upper panel; two-panel door in west bay.
110. Sunset Park Baptist Church C/B 1953 320 Northern Blvd.
Parsonage
One-story brick ranch house; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; four bays wide and three bays deep; gabled, east-bay projection contains A fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash and entrance in west flank opening onto stoop, rectangular attic vent, and interior chimney; second and fourth front bays have paired, one-over-one sash windows; third bay has small sash window set high in wall; projecting bay on east elevation connects with gable-front wing with awning windows; property purchased in 1953 by Sunset Park Baptist Church.
110A. (double) Shed C/OB c. 1953
One-story, frame, side-gable roof; vertical siding; left unit has fifteen-light door; right unit has solid-panel door.
400 block Northern Boulevard, north side (Washington Street intersects)
111. Beason Rental House C/B c. 1928 404 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof with exposed beams; three bays wide and four bays deep; attached porch across front incorporates high, brick corner posts, skirt walls, and arched wooden lintels; lattice frames front porch door; paired windows flank central entrance; window sash contain four vertical panes above a single pane; east-side, interior-end chimney; occupied in 1928 by Wayland H. Beason, Hughes Brothers, tire company salesman, and wife, Annie.
111A. Shed
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame shed with weatherboard siding; low-pitched, gable-front roof; double-leaf doors across facade.
112. Lodor-Fox House C/B 1917 408 Northern Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; T-shaped plan with gable roofs supported by triangular brackets; three bays wide and three bays deep; central front bay forms projecting porch supported by four Tuscan-style columns; porch gable sheathed in random pattern shingles, terminates in triangular peak vent; center entrance features door with single pane in upper panel, multi-pane sidelights, and three-part transom; bay windows at east- and west-ends of facade contain six-over-six sash; gabled roof in long leg of T-plan surmounts ridge of transverse gable; small rear ell incorporates sun porch; two interior chimneys; property purchased by Mrs. M. S. Lodor, widow of J. C., and sold in 1922 to J. B. Fox, manager of Royal Bakery, and wife, Louise.
112A. Shed
C/OB c. 1930
One-story frame shed with vertical siding; gable-front roof; open shed-roofed storage area on east side of building.
113. Wiggins House
C/B 1916 414 Northern Blvd.
One-and-one-half-story frame Craftsman bungalow; shingle siding; side-gable roof with triangular brackets; central shed-roof dormer with paired, tripartite windows and inset balcony;
three bays wide and three bays deep; main roof sweeps down over deep, engaged front porch supported by stout, masonry columns; central entrance flanked by narrow, tripartite windows with one-over-one sash, side elevations combine single, paired, and triple sash windows in asymmetrical arrangement; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1916 by Octave A. Wiggins, Rountree and Carr attorneys stenographer, and wife, Bessie.
113A. Shed
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame shed with German siding; gable-front roof; door in east portion of facade balanced by small, six-light window west of door.
00 block Central Boulevard, north side
114. Schadt House C/B 1916 9 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style; vertical synthetic siding; side-gable roof with triangular brackets and exposed rafters; three bays wide and eight bays deep; wraparound porch supported by tapered posts on brick piers; gable-front roof across two western front bays contains tripartite window; west front bay contains window with large lower sash and narrow upper sash of three horizontal panes; side elevation windows arranged singly and in pairs with one-over-one sash or two horizontal lights above a single pane; all fenestration features wide lintels with splayed ends; west-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; rear ell; property purchased in 1926 by Edward J. Schadt, jeweler, and wife, Florence.
115. Eubanks House C/B 1942 17 Central Blvd.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan; gabled roofs with wide eaves, molded beam ends, and exposed rafters; three bays wide and three bays deep; west front bay contains narrow tripartite windows at each level; windows have three vertical panes above a single pane; east front bay forms a projecting gable-front porch with brick corner piers and sheathed skirts; west slope of porch extends down along left west front bay giving illusion that house is an expanded bungalow; house moved to this location; property purchased in 1942 by Guy T. Eubanks, barber, and wife, Mary.
115A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with corrugated metal siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf board-and-batten doors; shed-roofed lean-to attached to west side.
Burnett Boulevard intersects
116. Taylor House C/B c. 1940 21 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; middle front bays form double-gable projection with triangular peak vents and recessed entrance in third bay; paired one-over-one sash windows; east-side, one-bay addition; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1940 by Harris L. Taylor, chief clerk for freight claims agent, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, and wife, Gladys.
116A. Shed
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame shed with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof.
117. McEntee House C/B 1954 29 Central Blvd.
One-story brick ranch house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; west front bay contains Chicago style window; central bay incorporates recessed entrance with sidelights; east front bay has paired two-over-two horizontal-light sash; similar, paired windows in side elevations; end gables sheathed with weatherboard siding; property purchased in 1954 by Arthur S. and Nancy A. McEntee.
118. Weaks House C/B c. 1924 37 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; hipped roof with exposed beams and rafters; three bays wide and four bays deep; gable-front attached porch supported by tripled, square posts on brick corner piers, low brick posts in center bay, and wide-slat balustrade; central door has glazed upper panel; nine-over-one sash windows; porch gable incorporates rectangular attic vent; west-side gabled projection; two interior chimneys; property purchased in 1924 by W. T. Weaks, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Nancy A.
118A. Garage
C/OB c. 1924
One-story frame garage with barn-tin walls, roof, and double-leaf front doors.
119. Allen Rental House C/B c. 1930 41 Central Blvd.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; hipped roof with triangular brackets and exposed rafters; hipped-roof porch across front elevation supported by paired and tripled square posts on shingled skirts; three bays wide and three bays deep; projecting entrance bay rises through porch roof and terminates in broad, bracketed gable; center door has glazed upper-panel and is flanked by paired nine-over-one sash windows; occupied in 1932 by Ernest M. Allen, foreman, and wife Vivian.
100 block Central Boulevard, north side (Harrison Street intersects)
120. Bruce Rental House C/B c. 1930 101 Central Blvd.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; gable-front roof with exposed rafters; three bays wide and three bays deep; attached front porch spanning west and center bays features square corner posts on brick piers, wide slat balustrade, and half-timbered effect in gable; entrance in west front bay has four-pane upper panel; nine-over-one sash windows; east-side, exterior-end chimney; occupied in 1932 by Frank K. Bruce, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Elizabeth.
121. Lowe Rental House C/B c. 1930 105 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof with molded beam ends and exposed rafters; three bays wide and three bays deep; west and middle front bays sheltered beneath gabled porch with tripled square posts and single pilasters on solid skirt walls; porch gable sheathed with flush panels and narrow battens; center-bay door has four-pane upper panel; nine-over-one sash windows; gabled dormer above east-front bay features splayed walls and rectangular-pane window; occupied in 1930 by J. Harry Lowe, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Anna.
122. Jenks House C/B c. 1924 117 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof with triangular brackets and exposed rafters; three bays wide and three bays deep; west front bay has secondary gable above eight-over-one sash window; projecting, gable-front porch across two east front bays features broadly-splayed square posts on low brick piers and board railings which penetrate through lower part of posts; porch gable accentuated by random-pattern shingles above wide lintel and exposed beams; tripartite windows and gabled projecting bay on east elevation; property purchased in 1924 by Julius D. Jenks, stenographer in freight traffic department, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, and wife, Louise.
122A. Garage
C/OB c. 1950
One-story frame garage with flush sheathing on walls; gable-front roof; center entrance flanked on left by small, one-over-one sash window; shed-roofed lean-to on west side.
123. Blomme House C/B c. 1940 121 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Period Cottage; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; center portion of front elevation highlighted by brick gable with asymmetrical slopes, arched door contained within three rowlock arches, and exterior chimney with tapering stack; flanking six-over-six sash windows; east-side, engaged, screened porch; property purchased in 1942 by Carlysle W. Blomme, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Vivian.
123A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors; gable sheathed with vertical boards.
Van Buren Street intersects
124. Richardson House C/B c. 1939 125 Central Blvd.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; hipped roof with wide overhangs; hipped-roofed dormer; three bays wide and three bays deep; hipped roof front porch supported by square posts on brick piers; center door flanked by modern six-over-six sash windows; east-side, exterior-end chimney; rear one-story addition; purchased in 1939 by Grover L. Richardson, manager, Grocerteria, and wife, Lelabel.
125. Griffith House C/B 1927 129 Central Blvd.
One-story frame bungalow; asbestos shingle siding; T-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and five bays deep; attached front porch forms secondary gable supported by slender, square posts; picket balustrades; two-over-two sash windows with horizontal lights; built by Victory Homes for rental income; leased in 1928 to John W. Griffith, plumber, Capps-Griffith Co., and wife, Viola.
126. Newsome House N/B 1958 133 Central Blvd.
One-story frame low pyramidal roof house; synthetic siding; hipped roofs; three bays wide and four bays deep; west front bay contains a fixed pane window flanked by double-hung sash; center and east front bays have entrance stoop and paired one-over-one sash windows; secondary entrance in third bay of east elevation; interior chimney; property purchased in 1958 by James B. Newsome, clerk, State National Guard, and wife, Teresa.
127. Birdsall House C/B c. 1936 137 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; asbestos shingle siding; three bays wide and two bays deep; center and east front bays incorporate recessed porch with square posts and picket balustrade; central door flanked on west by sun porch with paired and tripled six-over-six sash windows; rectangular louvered attic vent in gable; property purchased in 1935 by Ruth Elder Birdsall.
128. Ittner House C/B 1943 141 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; west portion of front elevation contains shed-roofed porch and exterior chimney flanking arched entrance; slightly-projecting gable-front bay centered on facade has paired, six-over-six sash windows; small window with similar features in east front bay; east-side, secondary entrance sheltered by metal awning; second interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Gordon W. Ittner, salesman, Mac’s Auto Parts, and wife, Lossie.
129. Wells House C/B 1943 145 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; T-shaped plan; gabled roofs; four bays wide and two bays deep; two middle front bays form twin, gable-front projections with arched door at left and paired windows at right; shed-roofed sun porch with entrance in east side extends across east front bay; six-over-six sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Rhett Morgan wells, widow of Herbert E. Wells.
129A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage; side-gable roof; weatherboard siding; overhead door.
Jackson Street intersects
130. Gore House
C/B 1940 149 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; two west front bays sheltered by shed-roofed porch supported by turned posts; west front bay has paired six-over-six sash windows; second bay contains entrance; east portion of facade forms gable-front bays accentuated by exterior chimney flanked by six-over-six sash windows; property purchased in 1939 by Marsden W. Gore, route agent, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, and wife, Ollie.
130A. Garage
C/OB c. 1950
One-story, frame, two-car garage; gable-front roof; vertical siding; two overhead doors.
131. Outlaw House C/B 1927 153 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan; gabled roofs; three bays wide and four bays deep; west front bay contains paired, one-over-one sash windows; center door and single window in east front bay sheltered beneath gable-front porch with slender posts, picket balustrade, and modern two-light attic window; built by Victory Homes and leased to H. Bernard Outlaw, proof reader, Morning Star newspaper, and wife, Alberta.
132. LeGwin, John, House C/B 1927 157 Central Blvd.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof with angled brackets and exposed rafters; three bays wide and three bays deep; shed-roofed, front porch with square posts and exposed rafters; central door surrounded by multi-pane sidelights and transom; flanking one-over-one sash windows; second story features broad wall gable with triple sash windows centered on front; east-side, secondary, two-story, side-gable bay; two interior stuccoed chimneys with brick belt courses; property purchased in 1916 by John B. and Mary LeGwin; house built in 1926.
133. LeGwin, David, House C/B 1939 161 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; T-shaped plan, gabled roofs; four bays wide and two bays deep; two middle front bays form gable-front projection with arched door at right and paired windows at left; shed-roofed porch with entrance in east side extends across right front bay; windows in main block contain six-over-six sash; interior chimney; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1919 by David K. and Frances LeGwin; first residents were Manley Taylor, salesman, and wife, Louise, in 1940.
134. Cowan House C/B 1929 165 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; wide eaves supported by triangular brackets; central shed-roofed dormer has paired louvered vents; three bays wide and five bays deep; center and east front bays incorporate projecting porch with paired corner posts; nine-over-one sash windows framed by board-and-batten blinds; interior chimney; property purchased in 1925 by Charles C. Cowan, real estate and
insurance agent and leased to John D. Durham, foreman, Southern Box Lumber Co., and wife, Effie.
135. Cumber, Addell, House C/B 1940 169 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; clipped side-gable roof with solid triangular brackets; three bays wide and three bays deep; windows contain four vertical panes above a single pane; central entrance sheltered beneath peaked, bracketed awning roof; exterior chimney rises to left of entrance; recessed porch with tapered corner post on brick pier occupies southeast corner of house; paired, four-light attic windows in end gables; property purchased in 1940 by Addell E. Cumber, plumber, and wife, Annie.
135A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; clipped gable-front roof with triangular brackets; paired double-leaf doors; south-side, shed-roofed, lean-to.
200 block Central Boulevard, north side (Monroe Street intersects)
136. Spencer House C/B 1949 201 Central Blvd.
One-story ranch house; stuccoed walls, H-plan with hipped roofs; four bays wide and three bays deep; central portion of front forms flat-roofed porch across entrance and flanking window bays; one-over-one sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1947 by Albert T. Spencer, pharmacist, Green’s Drug Store, and wife, Doris.
136A. Garage
C/OB c. 1949
One-story frame garage with stuccoed walls; side-gable roof with exposed rafters, overhead door with four panes in upper panel.
137. LeGwin, Lott, House C/B 1925 209 Central Blvd.
One-and-one-half story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding at first level and alternating wide and short shingle courses on front porch posts and skirts and in second story; side-gable roof with three gabled front dormers with triangular brackets; three bays wide; central door flanked by paired six-over-one windows on west and single six-over-one-sash window on east; engaged, full-width porch; inset dormers have paired sash and French door in center unit; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1925 by Lott M. LeGwin, foreman, Jackson & Bell printers, and wife, Sarah.
138. House
C/B 1940 213 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; high gable across west and center-entrance bays forms projecting porch with scrolled metal supports and turned metal balustrade; secondary gable above entrance bay to porch; circular attic vent occupies upper part of porch gable; six-panel door flanked by paired six-over-six sash windows; interior chimney; east-side, exterior-end chimney.
139. Howell House C/B 1952 217 Central Blvd.
One-story ranch house with brick veneer and synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with hipped roof over main block and gable-front roof over projecting west front bays; three bays wide and three bays deep; glazed upper-panel door and window with two-over-two horizontal-light sash occupy west bays; fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash is framed by siding east of entrance; property purchased in 1953 by Briley W. Howell, used car dealer, and wife, Eugenia.
139A. Garage
C/OB c. 1952
One-story frame garage with gable-front roof; small six-light window to west of double-leaf doors.
Jefferson Street intersects
140. Sunset Park Baptist Church C/B 1943/1950 231 Central Blvd.
Colonial Revival-style church; brick with quoins and side buttresses; T-shaped plan with intersecting, pedimented roofs and raised portico across front; portico features Roman Doric columns and pilasters; three bays wide and five bays deep; windows in sanctuary are arched; stepped tower above church entrance consists of cubical brick base with circular windows, frame center block with louvered vents, and frame octagon with arch in each face crowned by a tall, octagonal steeple; fellowship hall attached to north side of church, erected in 1943, is three-and-one-half story cross wing with arched dormers in attic; metal-roofed breezeway connects to two-story education building on east; sanctuary added in 1950.
140A. Church Education Building N/B 1961
Two-story Colonial Revival style; brick with quoins; hipped roof; projecting, pedimented front elevation; three bays wide and eleven bays deep; windows contain six-over-six sash windows; circular window in front gable; recessed entrance and transom sheltered by Tuscan columns and broad entablature.
140B. Church House C/B 1953
One-story brick ranch house; hipped roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; west front window contains two-over-two horizontal-light sash, center door and fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash in east bay sheltered by gable-front porch with metal supports; house is set near the rear property line and currently used for storage by the Baptist church.
Church parking lot
141. Coward House C/B 1945 245 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door flanked by six-over-six sash windows; flat-roof portico supported by metal posts with scroll design resting on brick piers; interior chimney; east-side ell; property purchased in 1946 by C. W. Coward, proprietor of Woodlawn Soda Shop, and wife, Delphine.
141A. Garage C/OB c. 1945
One-story frame garage; gable-front roof with exposed rafters; asbestos shingle siding; overhead door.
300 block Central Boulevard, north side (Adams Street intersects)
142. LeGwin, David, House C/B 1941 301 Central Blvd.
One-and-one-half-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; weatherboard siding; L-shaped plan with side-gable roof; two gabled dormers; three bays wide and three bays deep; attached front porch has square posts and central pediment; six-panel central door flanked by paired windows; single and paired windows on side elevations; all fenestration contains six-over-six sash; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1940 by David K. LeGwin, salesman, Brooks Cash Grocery, and wife, Frances.
142A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; paired, overhead door with four panes in upper panel in north bay; double-leaf doors in south bay.
143. Batson House N/B 1961 309 Central Blvd.
One-story pyramidal house; frame with brick veneer and vertical siding; hipped roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; west and center bays contain two-over-two horizontal-light sash; entrance stoop in east front bay has aluminum awning roof, scrolled metal supports, and decorative metal balustrade and handrails; property purchased in 1962 by Victor Batson, lancer, Riegel Paper Co., and wife, Edith.
144. Sternberger House C/B 1930 313 Central Blvd.
One-story frame bungalow; synthetic siding; hipped roof; three bays wide and five bays deep; engaged front porch supported by painted brick posts; floor in east portion of porch removed for partial carport; center door flanked on west by shallow projection containing paired windows and on right by tripartite window; one-over-one sash; hip-roofed dormer center over entrance bay has twin louvered vents; east-side, exterior-end chimney cutoff at roof line; interior chimney; property purchased in 1918 by Solomon Sternberger, realtor.
144A. Shed
C/OB c. 1918
One-story frame shed; synthetic siding; side-gable roof with exposed rafters; small window opening in west front bay; door opening in east front bay.
145. Marshall House C/B 1937 317 Central Blvd.
One-story frame bungalow; weatherboard siding; gable-front roof with exposed beams at eaves; two bays wide and three bays deep; west front bay forms secondary gable framing six-over-six sash window; east front bay projects in gable-front porch with square corner posts and picket balustrade; multi-light door flanked by four-over-four sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1934 by B. Humphrey Marshall and wife, Evelyn.
146. House
N/B 1973 321 Central Blvd.
One-story gable-front house; brick veneer across front elevation, weatherboard siding on side elevations, gable-front roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; windows contain two-over-two horizontal-light sash; triangular attic vent in peak.
400 block Central Boulevard, north side (Washington Street intersects)
147. Hawes House C/B 1951 405 Central Blvd.
One-story brick minimal traditional house; L-shaped plan with gabled roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; triple window in west front bay and entrance in center bay covered by aluminum roof with metal supports and balustrades; window in east projecting bay has one-over-one sash framed by louvered blinds and circular window in gable; west-side, exterior-end chimney; east-side, secondary entrance in small, gabled portico; rear chimney; property purchased in 1951 by Horace L. Hawes, mechanic, post office, and wife, Irene.
147A. Garage
C/OB 1951
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; overhead door with four panes in upper panel, offset to right of peak.
148. Campbell House C/B 1952 409 Central Blvd.
One-story frame contemporary house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with flat roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; west bay has a fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash; remaining windows contain two-over-two horizontal-light sash; property purchased in 1952 by Harvey Campbell, agent, Durham Life Insurance Co., and wife, Louise.
148A. Shed
C/OB c. 1952
One-story frame shed with asbestos shingle siding; low-pitched, gable-front roof; two-over-two horizontal-light sash window in south wall.
149. Greenamyer House
C/B 1924 417 Central Blvd.
Two-story frame Arts and Crafts style house; stuccoed walls; hipped roof with wide eaves; three bays wide and four bays deep; attached porches in front and east-side elevations and porte-cochere on west side, supported by square stuccoed posts that rise up above roof corners; central front bay has entrance at first level framed by sidelights and three-part transom; central door at second level opens onto balustraded balcony; flanking windows are tripartite at lower level and paired at upper level; attic contains hip-roofed dormers with paired, horizontal windows in each roof slope; property built for president of the Fidelity Trust and Development Company.
00 block Central Boulevard, south side
150. Rourk House C/B 1917 10 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; engaged front porch features truncated tapered posts on high brick piers and square-in-section railings that pierce piers at mid-height; center door framed by multi-pane sidelights; one-over-one sash windows; low-pitched, blind dormer with angled brackets and three-part fascia; property purchased in 1919 by Joseph C. Rourk, Liberty Savings Bank cashier and notary, and wife, Rhea.
150A. Shed
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame with asbestos siding; gable-front roof; originally one-car garage; center door sheltered by wooden awning.
151. Gilbert-Gardner House C/B 1923 14 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof with exposed beams; secondary gable across east and center bays forms porch with triple, square corner posts on stuccoed piers; one-over-one sash windows; west-side projecting bay has transverse gable; front gable highlighted by paired attic vents; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1922 by Robert Gilbert, commission merchant; residence of Harry R. Gardner, owner of Gardner Coal Co., president-manager of Murray’s Transfer Co., and vice-president of Wilmington Merchants’ Association.
152. House
N/B 1999 18 Central Blvd.
One-story frame bungalow; gable-front roof; weatherboard siding; three bays wide; engaged front porch supported by square-in-section posts on brick piers; front door flanked on east by two six-over-six sash windows and on west by one six-over-six sash window; house constructed by a local high school class and moved to this location.
Burnett Street intersects
153. Dosher House N/B 1922 22 Central Blvd.
Two-story Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; shed-roof front porch supported by square posts; one-over-one sash windows; property purchased in 1923 by Wilbur R. Dosher, plumbing-heating contractor, and wife, Frances; property non-contributing due to non-historic changes, including new one-over-one sash windows, vinyl siding, and a completely reconstructed front porch.
153A. Garage
C/OB c. 1922
One-story frame garage; gable-front roof; vertical board siding.
154. Marshall House C/B 1920 26 Central Blvd.
Two-story frame foursquare house; synthetic siding; hip roof; central hip-roof dormer with paired vents; two bays wide and two bays deep; attached front porch has square, tapered posts on brick piers; door in west front bay has oval, stained-glass window; tripartite window in east bay contains nine-over-one sash; paired one-over-one sash windows in upper story; west-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1940 from Victory Homes by K. B. Marshall for rental income.
154A. Garage
C/OB c. 1922
Two-story frame garage with vertical siding; gable-front roof; wide, overhead door accommodates two cars; triangular peak vent.
155. Blake House C/B 1922 30 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan has hipped roof over main block and gable-front roof forming projecting porch; stepped beams support wide eaves; three bays wide and three bays deep; porch has tripled corner posts on solid bases, cross-shaped members between the posts, and triangular brackets enframing entrance bay; criss-cross pattern balustrades; entrance in east flank of projecting center bay; nine-over-one sash windows; interior, tapered chimney; property purchased in 1922 by Alvah M. Blake for rental income.
156. Hill, C. Elbert, House C/B 1926 34 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof supported by angled brackets, sweeps down over engaged porch; three bays wide; central door with sidelights flanked by paired one-over-one sash windows on east side and a single one-over-one-sash window west of door; engaged porch features slightly arched bays, stuccoed posts resting on broad brick bases, and square-in-section balustrades; triangular gabled dormer has exposed beams, shingle siding, and paired windows with criss-cross muntins; west-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1925 by C. Elbert Hill, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad draftsman, and wife, Susan.
157. Russ House
C/B 1941 38 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan has gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; east two front bays form engaged screened porch with cat-slide roof; paired front six-over-six sash windows; gabled dormer has similar sash; west projecting gable incorporates six-light window; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Albert B. Russ, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Thelma.
158. Hewlett House C/B 1941 42 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; wraparound porch extends across east and center front bays, porch has square posts and cat-slide roof; center entrance accentuated by gabled roof with arched ceiling and octagonal peak vent; windows, paired at front, contain six-over-six sash; west-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1949 by Lewis A. Hewlett, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Dorothy.
100 block Central Boulevard, south side (Harrison Street intersects)
159. Fulford, Carl, House C/B 1935 102 Central Blvd.
One- and two-story frame side-gable, single-pile house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roofs; three bays wide and five bays deep; front portion of house one-story with engaged front porch with square posts, scroll brackets, and picket-fence balustrades; central six-panel door flanked by six-over-six sash windows; transverse-gable rear wing extends through two-story addition featuring asymmetrical arrangement of windows; square attic vents in side gables; interior chimney; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1932 by Carl W. Fulford, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad stenographer, and mother, Lucy K. Fulford.
159A. Shed
C/OB c. 1945
One-story frame shed with vertical siding; side-gable and shed roofs; forms series of open shelters with lattice work across rear elevations.
160. Hintze House C/B 1939 108 Central Blvd.
One-story brick Colonial Revival-style house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; projecting entrance vestibule features corner pilasters and pediment enframing eight-pane door; paired six-over-six sash windows flank entrance; central, interior chimney; east-side,
exterior-end chimney; east-side sun porch; property purchased in 1939 by Frederick M. Hintze, National Biscuit Co., manager, and wife, Swindell.
160A. Garage/Apartment C/OB c. 1945
Two-story frame building with vertical siding at lower level enclosing former garage openings; asbestos shingle siding in upper story; side-gable roof with exposed rafters; two bays wide and two bays deep; six-over-six sash windows.
161. Copeland House C/B 1940 110 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; east and central front bays surmounted by gable with attic vent; secondary gable forms entrance portico with arched ceiling and metal supports; eight-over-eight sash windows; east-side, east-side porch with side-gable roof; west-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1939 by Frederick Copeland, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Pauline.
161A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf garage doors have criss-cross lower panels.
162. Rivenbark House C/B 1954 114 Central Blvd.
One-story brick ranch house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance has three stepped panes in upper panel; paired windows in east front bay; fixed –pane window flanked by double-hung sash in west front bay; fenestration consists of two-over-two horizontal sash; interior chimney; property purchased in 1954 by Franklin H. Allen, Chestnut Street School teacher.
163. Oxford House C/B 1943 122 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center and west front bays form two projecting gables; east front bay altered to contain boxed window; west front bay has paired six-over-six sash windows; sunroom attached to northeast corner of house; later wing projects from southwest corner of main block; east-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Roger C. Oxford, NC Shipbuilding Co., foreman, and wife, Fannie.
163A. Shed
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame shed with weatherboard siding; low-pitched, side-gable roof; east bay contains six-panel door; west bay has eight-over-eight sash window; high fenced area on east side of shed accessible by board-and-batten door.
Van Buren Street intersects
164. Hill-Ward House (1) C/B 1944 126 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled entrance portico supported by square posts; six-over-six sash windows; transverse gable ell attached to southwest corner of house; property purchased in 1944 by William and Clara Hill and Edward and Frances Ward; residence of Clarence W. Sampson, NC Shipyard electrician, and wife, Sophia.
165. Hill-Ward House (2) C/B 1944 130 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled entrance portico supported by square posts; six-over-six sash windows; gabled ell attached to southeast corner of house; property purchased in 1944 by William and Clara Hill and Edward and Frances Ward; residence of William Sanderson, NC Shipyard foreman, and wife, Ada.
166. Highsmith House C/B 1940 134 Central Blvd.
One-and-one-half-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; weatherboard siding; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; center and west front bays surmounted by gable incorporating a six-over-six sash window; central entrance sheltered by gabled entrance portico supported by square posts; paired, six-over-six sash windows in east and west front bays; engaged corner porch with secondary entrance in east flank occupies northeast corner of house; transverse-gable ell attached to southwest corner of main block; modern, metal balcony and access stairs along west elevation; interior chimney; property purchased in 1938 by W. Worth Highsmith, owner of Palace Barber Shop, 103 Market St., and wife, Ruby.
166A. Carport
N/OB c. 1960
One-story frame carport; flat roof supported by slender columns; three-bay parking; west-side, enclosed shed sheathed with weatherboard siding.
167. Taylor-Rivenbark House C/B 1938 142 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; concrete block walls at first level and weatherboard siding in gable ends; three bays wide and three bays deep; center entrance enframed by fluted pilasters and small, denticulated pediment; flanking, paired, six-over-six sash windows; east-side, engaged corner porch with metal supports has secondary entrance in east wall; east-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1938 by C. L. and Agnes Taylor; residence of Lofton J. Rivenbark, Electric Bottling Co. driver, and wife, Martha.
167A. Garage
C/OB c. 1938
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors feature criss-cross lower panels.
168. Branch House C/B 1939 146 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central door sheltered beneath tall entrance portico with paired, Tuscan style columns, wide frieze, segmentally-arched ceiling and low-pitched gable; flanking, paired, six-over-six sash windows; interior chimney; transverse-gable ell with sun porch attached to southwest corner of main block; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1939 by Dewey T. Branch, proprietor of Carolina Food Store, 24 South Front St., and wife, Louise.
168A. Garage
C/OB c. 1939
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; overhead door has glazed upper panel; metal carport attached to front of structure.
Jackson Street intersects
169. Taylor, Joseph, House C/B 1939 150 Central Blvd.
One-and-one-half-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; synthetic siding; T-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and four bays deep; east and center front bays form engaged porch supported by Tuscan-style columns; paired frieze brackets surmounted by arched pediment with sunburst pattern over center entrance bay; paired, six-over-six sash windows in east and west front bays; twin, gabled dormers in front slope of roof above east and center bays; east-side, exterior-end chimney; one-story rear addition; property purchased in 1938 by Joseph B. Taylor, Atlantic Coastline Railroad clerk, and wife, Grace.
169A. Carport C/OB c. 1950
One-story frame carport with weatherboard siding; two bays wide; gable-front roof supported by eight square posts
170. Pridgen-Watkins House C/B 1938
154 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center bay features small, gabled entrance portico supported by square posts; flanking paired six-over-six sash windows; engaged corner sun porch occupies northeast corner of house; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1926 by Carl L. and Jessie Pridgen; residence of Alston S. Watkins, deputy commissioner of State Department of Revenue, and wife, Dorothy.
170A. Garage
C/OB c. 1936
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors have eight panes in upper panels; west-side shed addition.
171. Mallison House C/B 1939 158 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; picturesque front porch incorporates paired, square posts, and flat roof six-panel center door flanked by paired six-over-six sash windows; east-side, exterior-end chimney; transverse-gable ell attached to southwest corner of house; property purchased in 1939 by Jessie B. Mallison, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad car repairer, and wife, Bessie.
171A. Garage
C/OB c. 1939
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; original doors replaced by two plywood panels.
172. Biddle House C/B 1941 162 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; central entrance sheltered by small, gabled portico supported by metal posts; flanking, paired six-over-six sash windows; east-front bay rises into attic gable containing louvered vent; west-side, exterior-end chimney with outward sloping shoulders; interior chimney; east-side porch; transverse-gable ell attached to southwest corner of house; property purchased in 1939 by William H. and Mary Lee Biddle.
173. Hewlett House C/B 1939 166 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; attached, wraparound porch terminates at central entrance bay in small, gable with arched ceiling; porch supported by square posts; flanking, paired six-over-six sash windows; east and center front bays rise into attic gable containing nine-light fixed-sash window; triangular vent in peak of end gable; east-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1939 by William Hewlett, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, end wife, Elizabeth.
173A. Garage
C/OB c. 1939
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; plywood-panel doors.
174. Prevatt House C/B 1929 170 Central Blvd.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; hipped roof with exposed rafters; central hipped roof dormer with rectangular attic window; hipped-roof screened porch across front elevation supported by square posts; four bays wide and four bays deep; front door, with four panes in upper panel, flanked on east by tripartite window and on west by single window; second level has four windows arranged in closely-set pairs on each side of center-line; windows have one-over-one sash and metal blinds; property purchased in 1929 by J. Douglas Prevatt, Carolina Building & Loan Association bookkeeper, and wife, Octavia.
200 block Central Boulevard, south side (Monroe Street intersects)
175. Prevatt-Fonvielle House C/B 1923 202 Central Blvd.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; hipped roof with wide eaves; central hipped-roof dormer with two-pane rectangular window; hipped-roof enclosed porch with shingle siding across front elevation has multi-light center door framed by transom and sidelights; nine-over-one sash windows and metal blinds; west-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1923 by J. Douglas Prevatt, Carolina Building & Loan Association bookkeeper, and wife, Octavia; residence of Louis O. Fonvielle, salesman with Moore-Fonvielle Real Estate.
176. Metts House N/B 1940 206 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; center and west front bays form primary and secondary gable-front projections; center door flanked by east and west front bays containing paired one-over-one sash windows; triangular vent in gable-front peak; east-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Joseph Metts, assistant foreman with NC Shipbuilding Co., and wife, Orby; house non-contributing due to non-historic alterations including replaced and altered wndows, replaced door, and new vinyl siding.
177. Guthrie House C/B 1941 210 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and five bays deep; east and center front bays rise into attic gable containing four-over-four sash window with fanlight; central entrance sheltered by small gabled portico with square posts, arched ceiling, and shingles in gable; eight-over-eight sash windows flank entrance; porch attached to northeast corner of house; west-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; transverse-gable ell attached to southwest corner of main block; property purchased in 1940 by James R. Guthrie, Samuel Bear and Sons wholesale grocers salesman, and wife, Bessie.
177A. Shed
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame shed with vertical siding in lower portion and weatherboard siding in gable; gable-front roof; paired windows; board-and-batten door in west bay.
178. Godwin House C/B 1953 214 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan; gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; east and center bays sheltered by attached porch with square posts; central door has glazed upper panel; multi-light picture window in east front bay; single window containing two-over-two horizontal-light sash in west projecting bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1951 by Robert Godwin, manager of Manhatten Barber Shop, 50 Hudson Dr., and wife, Arimenta.
178A. Garage
C/OB c. 1953
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf plywood doors offset to east of facade.
179. Bowers House C/B 1952 218 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance opens onto stoop with decorative balustrades; one-over-one sash windows; interior chimney; east-side, shed-roofed carport with vertical, scalloped sheathing; property purchased in 1952 by John H. Bowers, American Bakeries salesman, and wife, Virginia.
180. Biddle House C/B 1926 222 Central Blvd.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style house with alternating wide and narrow shingle courses; hipped roofs of main block and front porch have exposed rafters; central hipped roof dormer contains paired, rectangular windows; porch supported by square posts with small, cavetto brackets and picket balustrades; four bays wide and four bays deep; front door in east bay balanced on west by tripartite window; second level, nine-over-one sash front windows arranged in closely-set pairs on each side of center line; six-over-one sash windows on side elevations; southeast corner of house extended to form sun porch at second level; interior chimney; property purchased in 1926 by George Biddle; Chipley’s Ford dealership salesman, and wife, Hattie.
180A. Cottage
C/OB 1950
One-story frame cottage with asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; entrance in east front bay; six-over-six sash windows.
180B. Shed
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame shed with asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof with exposed rafters; five-panel door in east portion of wall.
Jefferson Street intersects
Vacant lot (parking for Sunset Park Baptist Church)
181. Hobbs House C/B 1940 234 Central Blvd.
One-and-one-half-story frame Period Cottage; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; projecting gable in east front bay contains paired six-over-six sash windows and lunette window in attic; central bay incorporates small, asymmetrical gable with door and small sidelight; exterior chimney with front-sloping shoulders west of door; remaining fenestration contains single and paired six-over-six sash windows; small, side-gable porch with metal supports attached to northeast corner of main block; interior chimney; property purchased in 1939 by William D. Hobbs, plasterer, and wife, Blanche.
182. Atkinson House C/B 1942 238 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; center entrance sheltered by small, gabled portico supported by paired square posts; flanking, paired four-over-four sash windows; side-gable ell attached to northeast corner of house with vertical siding and six-over-six sash windows; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Henry J. Atkinson, T-C Co., crane operator, and wife, Ora.
182A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage; barn-metal on walls and side-gable roof; open parking bays; six-over-six sash window in west elevation.
183. Lewis, Emerson, House C/B 1942 242 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; projecting east and center bays rise into gabled attic; attached screened porch supported by square posts extends across center entrance and right bays; eight-over-eight sash windows on facade; six-over-six sash windows on side elevations; side-gable ell attached to northeast corner of house; west-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Emerson D. Lewis, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad fireman, and wife, Ruth.
183A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; door in front elevation off set to east.
184. Bowers House C/B 1946 246 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; east and center front bays sheltered by porch with metal supports and cat-slide roof; door features six panes in upper panel; east bay contains thirty-five-light picture window; west projecting bay has six-over-six sash window; east-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1945 by K. David Bowers, building contractor, and wife, Bertha.
300 block Central Boulevard, south side (Adam Street intersects)
185. Stocks House N/B 1987 302 Central Blvd.
One-story brick ranch house; gable-front roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; engaged porch has turned posts and balustrades; center door flanked by one-over-one sash
windows; west-side, secondary entrance opens onto brick stoop and steps along side of house; property purchased in 1986 by Jack G. Stocks, surveyor.
185A. Shed
N/OB c. 1987
One-story brick shed; gable-front roof; six-panel door in gabled elevation.
186. Nurnberger House C/B 1922 306 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof supported by triangular brackets; three bays wide and four bays deep; gable-front porch across three front bays has paired posts--tripled at corners--on brick piers, picket balustrades, and triangular eave brackets; central door flanked by paired six-over-one sash windows; shed-roofed projecting bay containing tripartite window centered on east elevation to left of exterior-end chimney with stepped shoulders; property purchased in 1922 by Charles Nurnberger, Swift & Co. salesman, and wife, Nora.
187. Nisbet House C/B 1925 310 Central Blvd.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; shed-roofed porch across front has paired and tripled posts with small, cavetto brackets, turned balustrades, and open-work in gables; west front bay contains door with four upper lights; nine-over-one sash windows; west-side entrance sheltered by small gabled roof supported by curvilinear braces; west-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1927 by Thomas A. Nisbet, Belk-Williams Department store salesman, and wife, Bonnie.
187A. Cottage
N/B c. 1960
One-story frame cottage (converted garage); side-gable roof; synthetic siding; two one-over-one sash windows in elevation facing street (north elevation).
188. Brittain House C/B 1927 314 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; secondary projecting gable across east and center bays forms porch with truncated, tapered posts on high brick piers, picket balustrade between piers, west-side access steps, and louvered attic vent; paired six-over-six sash windows; small gable-roofed projecting bay along east and west elevations; east-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1928 by William F. Brittain, clerk, and wife, Lorena.
189. King House
C/B 1942 318 Central Blvd.
One-story frame pyramidal cottage; synthetic siding; hipped roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; gable-front porch across east and center bays has metal supports and railings; center door flanked by paired windows containing three vertical panes over a single pane; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Perry J. and Myrtle Kin; residence of Frederick F. Thompson, Jr., Firestone Home & Auto Supply store salesman.
190. Duff House
C/B 1941 322 Central Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; engaged screened porch at northeast corner of house; center bay features paired six-over-one sash windows surmounted by gable and louvered attic vent; west front bay has single six-over-one sash window; transverse gable rear ell; property purchased in 1941 by J. Herbert Duff, engineer, and wife, Mary.
190A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage; vertical flush siding; salt-box roof; paired double-leaf doors offset to west of facade.
400 block Central Avenue, south side (Washington Street intersects)
191. Sunset Park United C/B 1943/1953 406 Central Blvd.
Methodist Church
One-story brick Colonial Revival-style church built in 1953; three bays wide and five bays deep; pedimented roof highlighted by wheel window; central entrance features double-leaf, paneled doors with strap hinges, framed by narrow sidelights containing patterned glass, and arched transom; entrance bay accentuated by projecting porch with flat roof and paired, Tower of the Winds columns; arched windows contain triple sash with fifteen panes in each unit; surmounted by fanlight transoms; corners of church have brick quoins; free-standing tower with octagonal belfry and tall steeple at southwest corner of sanctuary; two-story educational wing attached to rear of church built in 1943 as the original church; property purchased in 1943 by Sunset Park Methodist Church.
191A. (former) Methodist C/B c. 1943
Parsonage
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; house set at right angle to street; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays with with six-over-six sash windows; north-side entrance sheltered by shed-roofed portico with square posts and simple balustrades; rectangular attic vents in gables; house situated directly behind (south of) church.
192. Davis, Richmond, House C/B 1929 412 Central Blvd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; two bays wide and three bays deep; east front bay contains tripartite window in deep recess of gabled porch incorporating triple corner posts on brick piers, modillion frieze, diamond shingles, lattriced attic vents, and triangular eave brackets; west entrance bay with multi-pane door framed by narrow sash windows, sheltered by engaged corner porch duplicating lower portion of adjacent portico; tall, small projecting bay in east elevation highlighted by high window; two interior chimneys; property purchased in 1930 by Richmond H. Davis, owner of Fifth Avenue Service Station, and wife, Thelma.
193. Chadwick House C/B 1918 416 Central Blvd.
Two-story frame Queen Anne/Colonial Revival-style house; stuccoed exterior; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; northeast corner of house dominated by tall, octagonal tower containing random arrangement of sash windows containing patterned-glass sash and transoms; remaining windows have one-over-one sash; center and west front bays sheltered by attached, wraparound porch supported by paired and tripled Tuscan columns, turned balustrades, and wide eaves that incorporate carport on west side of house; entrance bay framed by multi-paned, paneled sidelights; eyebrow dormer in attic centered on facade; west-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1918 by D. N. Chadwick Jr., secretary-treasurer of Fidelity Trust & Development Co., developers of Sunset Park.
193A. Coleman Building C/B 1946
One-story brick outbuilding; flat roof; stuccoed exterior; fronts Carolina Beach Road; built in 1946 as a dental office for Dr. Fred H. Coleman, currently occupied by a barber shop.
200 block Southern Boulevard, north side
194. Cardwell House C/B 1955 225 Southern Blvd.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; one-over-one sash windows in two west front bays; third-bay entrance and flanking fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash sheltered by shallow, hipped roof porch with wood posts and railings; new front deck; interior chimney; property purchased in 1955 by Cleave A. Cardwell, Sunny Point fireman, and wife, Roxie Maxine.
195. Herring House C/B 1955 227 Southern Blvd.
One-story frame ranch house; asbestos shingle siding; H-shaped plan with gabled roofs; four bays wide and five bays deep; two-over-two horizontal pane windows; third bay entrance and flanking fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash framed by synthetic siding and sheltered by shallow, gabled porch with metal supports; transverse-roofed rear wing incorporates sun porch and secondary entrance connecting main block to two-bay attached garage; interior chimney; property purchased in 1955 by Elizabeth J. and Leland Herring; residence of Harold G. Herring; plumber, and wife, Mare.
Jefferson Street intersects
Vacant Lot - Cameron Park - see end of inventory list
300 block Southern Boulevard, north side (Adams Street intersects)
196. Lewis, Verdun, House C/B 1942 305 Southern Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; west and middle bays form gabled projection with small, engaged porch and secondary gable sheltering central entrance; open deck across east front bay enclosed by picket balustrades; window sash contains four vertical panes above a single pane; exterior-front chimney placed to right of entrance porch; attic contains rectangular, louvered vents; property purchased in 1942 by Verdun G. Lewis, proprietor of Lewis Service Station, and wife, Muriel.
196A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage; weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; single, overhead door.
197. Monroe House C/B 1954 309 Southern Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; attached gabled porch with metal supports extends across three right bays; entrance in third bay closely flanked by two-over-two horizontal sash windows; small gabled portico with square posts shelters east-side entrance; gables contain rectangular, louvered attic vents; east-side, secondary entrance protected by gabled portico; property purchased in 1953 by Douglas and Louise Monroe; residence of William H. Baucom, Chevrolet Motor Division employee, and wife, Helen.
197A. Shed
N/OB c. 1980
One-story frame shed with weatherboard siding; gambrel roof surmounts solid door with criss-cross battens.
198. Todd House C/B 1942 313 Southern Blvd.
One-story frame ranch house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; first and third bays have paired six-over-six sash windows flanking entrance; front door sheltered by peak roof with molded brackets and cornice returns; property purchased in 1941 by Elbert S. Todd, NC Shipbuilding Co. counter, and wife, Annie.
198A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage; weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; paired, board-and-batten doors.
199. Hinson House C/B 1945 317 Southern Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; west front bay forms gabled projection with offset window and rectangular attic vent centered in peak; center and east front bays incorporate shed-roofed entrance porch and deck sheltered by aluminum awning; porch has metal supports and handrails; east-side, exterior-end chimney with curved shoulders; property purchased in 1948 by Marion T. Hinson, meat cutter for Tidewater Grocery No. 1, and wife, Helen.
200. Benton House C/B 1954 321 Southern Blvd.
One-story frame ranch house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with hipped roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; projecting front bay incorporates central entrance with three stepped panes in upper portion of door and two-over-two sash window with horizontal panes; engaged porch extending across center and east bays has square posts and double horizontal rails; fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash occupies east bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1954 by Curtis Benton, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad inspection foreman, and wife, Lula.
400 block Southern Boulevard (Washington Street intersects)
201. Pittman House C/B 1955 401 Southern Blvd.
One-story frame hip and gable house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with hipped roofs in main block and attached front porch; projecting east front bay features gable with circular attic vent; three bays wide and four bays deep; single and paired windows contain one-over-one sash; porch has slender square posts and vertical-slat balustrades; property purchased in 1955 by James G. and Olivia Louise Pittman.
202. Laney House C/B 1948 405 Southern Blvd.
One-story minimal traditional house; painted concrete walls; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; two middle front bays sheltered by shed-roofed porch with square posts and simple handrail; one-over-one sash windows; property purchased in 1941 by Curtis G. Laney, NC Shipbuilding Co. machinist, and wife, Catherine MacMillan.
202A. House
C/B 1938 407 Southern Blvd.
One-story frame house; weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide; asymmetrical facade; door flanked by four-over-one sash windows with vertical panes in upper sash; shed roof porch supported by slender posts protects eastern two bays of façade; east-side, exterior-end chimney.
203. House
N/B 1959 409 Southern Blvd.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; attached, gable-front porch extends across second and part of third bay; porch has square posts and picket balustrades with access steps at east side; multi-pane picture window occupies third bay; remainder of windows contain six-over-six sash and louvered blinds.
00 block Madison Street, north side
204. Threatt House C/B 1941 1 Madison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; projecting west-side front bay has front gable, six-over-six sash window, and is faced with brick; center door sheltered by small bracketed roof; eight-over-eight sash window in east-side front bay; west-side ell contains one-over-one sash windows; transverse wing attached to rear of main block; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by William Griffith Threatt, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Agnes Powell.
205. Atkinson House C/B 1941 5 Madison St.
One-story brick minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; projecting west front bay has front gable and six-over-one sash window; new center door sheltered by small entrance portico supported by square posts; six-over-six sash window in east front bay; paneled skirts below front windows; east-side ell addition sheathed with vertical siding; wide, interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by John N. Atkinson, NC Shipbuilding Co. clerk, and wife, Beryl Jewell.
206. Hurman House C/B 1941 9 Madison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; gable-front entrance portico shelters two west bays; portico features four square posts, paired in center with lattice infill, and brick steps with latticed railings; eight-over-eight and six-over-six sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by John C. Hurman, NC Shipbuilding Co. assistant foreman, and wife, Grace Davis.
207. Floyd House C/B 1940 13 Madison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; projecting west front bay has gable-front roof; center-bay entrance has six-panel door and small portico with square posts; entrance flanked by six-over-six sash windows; east-side gabled ell; west-side gabled ell with secondary entrance; property purchased in 1943 by Harold F. Floyd, NC Shipbuilding Co. supervisor, and wife, Mary Brame.
208. Dickens House C/B 1941 17 Madison St.
One-story gable-front frame house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center front bay features gabled entrance portico with metal supports; eight-over-eight sash windows on front elevation; six-over-six sash windows on side elevations; west-side, flat-roofed ell with secondary entrance and brick stoop; interior chimney; property purchased in 1944 by James L. Dickens, shipyard riveter, and wife, Eloise.
209. LeRay House C/B 1941 21 Madison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; projecting center bay has gable with east roof slope sweeping out to incorporate engaged corner porch; porch has metal corner supports and railings; eight-over-eight and six-over-six sash windows; metal awnings; interior chimney; property purchased in 1945 by Frank J. LeRay, Jr., shipyard supervisor, and wife, Lois C.
210. Collins House C/B 1941 25 Madison St.
One-story brick minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance sheltered by small portico supported by square posts; six-over-six sash window in gabled west front bay; eight-over-eight sash window in east front bay; east-side ell sheathed with synthetic siding; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Steward F. Collins, NC Shipbuilding Co. supervisor, and wife, Serena.
211. Ward House C/B 1940 29 Madison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; two middle front bays form gabled projection with entrance on left; six panes in upper panel of door; eight-over-eight sash windows; rectangular attic vents in gables; wood deck with picket balustrade attached to front of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Alva H. Ward, NC Shipbuilding Co. employee, and wife, Merle.
211A. Garage
C/OB c. 1951
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; garage door converted to pedestrian door.
212. Wilson House C/B 1951 33 Madison St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; shed-roofed porch across front elevation with metal supports and railings; windows of various sizes, arranged singly and in pairs; windows contain two-over-two horizontal panes; interior chimney; property purchased in 1951 by Radford H. Wilson, assistant Postmaster, and wife, Gladys.
212A. Shed
C/OB c. 1955
One-story frame shed with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; solid panel door centered on front elevation.
213. Edens House C/B 1952 37 Madison St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; hipped roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; two west front bays incorporated in projecting gable with broad eaves; two-over-two sash windows of varying sizes with horizontal-pane sash; fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash occupies east-front bay adjacent to entrance stoop; modern rear addition with brick deck enclosed by metal railings and sheltered by low-pitched shed roof; interior chimney; property purchased in 1952 by Wilmer D. Edens, Cape Fear Welding and Fabricating Shop boilermaker, and wife, Rosa.
213A. Shed
N/OB c. 1965
One-story frame shed with synthetic siding; side-gable roof; double-leaf doors sheltered by roof overhang.
00 block Madison Street, south side
214. Brookshire House C/B 1941 2 Madison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; entrance in west-front bay opens onto small portico whose roof extends into gabled ell attached to northwest corner of house; replacement windows contain four-over-four sash; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Leroy W. Brookshire, NC Shipbuilding Co. supervisor, and wife, Floyd.
215. Garris House C/B 1941 6 Madison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; hipped roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central bay sheltered by gabled entrance portico with metal supports and railings; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Hughlon B. Garris, shipyard supervisor, and wife, Dorothy Kelly.
216. Carter House C/B 1941 10 Madison St.
One-story brick minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center door sheltered by small portico with metal supports and railings; bay window east of door; one-over-one sash window west of door; east-side sun porch with synthetic siding and paired one-over-one sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Wallace B. Carter, shipyard plumber, and wife, Mary Pridgen.
217. McDonald House C/B 1943 14 Madison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; entrance in east front bay sheltered by gabled portico with metal supports and railings; six-over-six and eight-over-eight sash windows; east-side sun porch; west-side secondary entrance; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Neil E. McDonald, shipyard welder, and wife, Elizabeth Giles.
218. Bagby House C/B 1941 18 Madison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; vertical siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled portico with square corner posts; elongated one-over-one sash replacement windows; attached wings on side and rear elevations of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Howell F. Bagby, NC Shipbuilding Co. roller, and wife, Virginia.
219. Baker House C/B 1941 22 Madison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; front porch with metal supports and railings, and cat-slide roof which terminates above outer frame of one-over-one sash windows; four small panes in upper panel of central front door; rear shed-roofed ell; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by James L. Baker, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Mary Brown.
220. LeGwin, John, House (1) C/B 1941 26 Madison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; gabled entrance portico in second bay supported by square corner posts; six-over-six and eight-over-eight sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by John J. LeGwin, Shell Oil Co. pumper, and wife, Louise Horton.
221. LeGwin, John, House (2) C/B 1941 30 Madison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; entrance in east front bay sheltered by attached portico with metal supports and railings; small four-light window west of glazed upper-panel door; middle bays form gable incorporating two six-over-six sash windows flanking wide exterior chimney that bisects gable; transverse ell attached to southwest corner of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by John J. LeGwin, Shell Oil Co. pumper, and wife, Louise Horton.
222. Ezzell House N/B 1968 36 Madison St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; hipped roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; two-over-two horizontal-pane sash wraparound east corner of house; entrance in second bay; fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash occupies third bay; paired sash windows in four bay; one-bay connector joins main block with hipped-roof garage, altered for residential use; garage door replaced by bay window; east-side, two exterior chimneys; one interior chimney; property purchased in 1968 by Clarence N. Ezzell, Jr., proprietor of Ambassador Restaurant, and wife, Martha.
222A. Shed
N/OB c. 1980
One-story frame shed with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; door in east elevation.
2000 Block Burnett Boulevard., west side
223. Smith, John, House C/B 1942 2022 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; entrance door in second bay protected by shed-roof opens onto brick stoop with metal handrails; door surmounted by front gable with louvered lunette attic vent; paired six-over-six sash windows flank door; north-side front bay contains small six-over-six sash window; property purchased in 1943 by John Lee Smith, and wife, Grace.
224. Mitchell, Luther, House C/B 1942 2026 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center entrance has six-panel door and gabled entrance portico with square posts and segmentally-arched ceiling; six-over-six sash windows flank door; north-side wing; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Luther C. Mitchell and wife, Julia.
225. Todd House C/B 1942 2030 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; center entrance has six-panel door and gabled entrance portico
supported by triangular braces; paired six-over-six sash windows flank door; north-side wing; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by J. R. Todd, and wife, Rachel.
226. Edwards House C/B 1942 2034 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center entrance has six-panel door and gabled entrance portico supported by angled metal struts; six-over-six sash windows flank door; north-side wing; property purchased in 1943 by Edwin E. Edwards, and wife, Lillian.
227. Crowder House C/B 1942 2038 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; center entrance has six-panel door and gabled entrance portico with square posts and segmentally-arched ceiling; paired one-over-one sash windows flank door; north-side wing with small sash window; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by James T. Crowder, and wife, Berlina.
228. Hutchinson House C/B 1942 2042 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; center entrance has six-panel door and gabled entrance portico supported by square posts; paired six-over-six sash windows flank door; north-side wing with small sash window; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by John W. Hutchinson, and wife, Ruth.
228A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story concrete block garage with weatherboard siding in gables; gable-front roof; two-unit parking bays.
229. Schaar House C/B 1942 2046 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; center entrance has multi-light door and gabled entrance portico with square posts, and segmentally-arched ceiling; eight-over-eight sash windows flank door; interior chimney; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Herbert M. Schaar, and wife, Ruby.
230. Kelly, Roy, House C/B 1942 2050 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; center entrance has bracketed and gabled entrance portico with brick stoop and metal railings; eight-over-eight sash windows flank door; interior chimney; handicapped ramp leads to front door; property purchased in 1942 by Roy B. Kelly, and wife, Rube.
230A. Garage Apartment C/OB c. 1942
Two-story frame garage/apartment; weatherboard siding; low-pitched, gable-front roof; two bays wide; lower north bay contains garage; south upper bay contains solid-panel door; north upper bay has six-over-six sash window framed by board-and-batten shutters.
231. Cook House C/B 1942 2054 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; gabled center bay incorporates six-panel door and gabled entrance portico with metal supports and railings; six-over-six sash windows flank door; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by J. Walter Cook, driver, and wife, Mabel.
232. Morgan House C/B 1942 2058 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center entrance has six-panel door and gabled entrance portico with fluted columns; center and north front bays surmounted by gable; eight-over-eight sash windows flank door; north-side ell with engaged corner porch and side entrance; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Winifred I. Morgan, NC Shipbuilding Co. fitter, and wife, Hatridge.
233. Hale House
C/B 1942 2062 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance portico has square posts and metal railing; eight-over-eight sash windows flank door; rear screened porch; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Gilbert Hale, NC Shipbuilding Co. crane operator, and wife, Florine.
234. Whitley House C/B 1942 2066 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; center entrance has six-panel door protected by a shed metal roof and opening onto a brick stoop; eight-over-eight sash windows flank door; small gables surmount front windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Joseph L. Whitley, driver, and wife, Lela.
234A. Garage
C/OB c. 1945
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; twin overhead doors contained four panes in upper panels.
235. Binder House C/B 1941 2070 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; center entrance sheltered by shed roof with metal supports and railings; eight-over-eight sash windows with slatted awnings flank door; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Harry Binder, NC Shipbuilding Co. quarterman, and wife, Thelma.
235A. Garage
C/OB c. 1945
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; hipped roof; south bay contains single door; north bay has paired doors.
236. Spring House C/B 1942 2074 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; hipped roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; deck enclosed by balustrades extends across front elevation; center door has twin panes in upper panels and metal awning; eight-over-eight sash windows flank door; central interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Carlton J. Spring, U. S. Army, and wife, Jeanette.
237. Lilley House C/B 1942 2078 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; center entrance has six-panel door sheltered by gabled portico supported by wood posts; eight-over-eight sash windows flank door; transverse gable wing attached to northwest corner of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by James N. Lilley, owner of White House Cafe, and wife, Billie.
237A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with shingled walls; gable-front roof; north-side shed-roofed addition; south bay contains garage door; north bay has single door into shed.
238. House
N/B 1986 2082 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central bay has six-panel door and gabled entrance portico with square posts, broad eaves, and simple balustrades; paired six-over-six sash windows flank door.
239. Edmiston House C/B 1942 2086 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; hipped roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center entrance and flanking one-over-one sash windows sheltered by gabled porch with square posts; louvered attic vent; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Fritz A. Edmiston, painter, and wife, Bernice.
240. Austin House C/B 1942 2090 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center bay contains six-panel door, metal awning, and brick stoop; eight-over-eight sash windows flank door; rear shed-roof addition; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Frank O. Austin, welding instructor, and wife, Gladys May.
2100 block Burnett Boulevard, west side
241. House
C/B 1933 2112 Burnett Blvd.
One-and-one-half-story brick Colonial Revival influenced house; steeply-pitched side-gable roof; central gabled dormer with synthetic siding and small rectangular vent; three bays wide and three bays deep; south front bay protected by wide entrance porch with truncated columns on brick piers supporting hipped roof; entrance contains glazed upper-panel door, Federal-style transom and sidelights; six-over-one sash windows; south-side, exterior-end chimney.
241A. Garage/Apartment C/OB 1942
Two-story frame garage/apartment with vertical siding on first level and weatherboards on second level; gable-front roof; north-side stair to second level; former garage door on south side of facade; off-center pedestrian door; one-over-one sash window south of door; six-over-six sash window at second level; rectangular vent in gable.
2000 block Burnett Boulevard, east side
242. Harper House C/B 1954 2013 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; north front bay contains A fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash; off set entrance in center bay has two horizontal panes in upper panel; two-over-two horizontal-pane sash windows in south front bay; gabled front porch centered on house supported by metal scrolled corner supports; property purchased in 1954 by Wade Harper and wife, Ingeborg.
243. Hurst House C/B 1942 2017 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; vertical siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; front gable across center and south front bays; secondary gable form entrance portico supported by square corner posts; entranced flanked by paired, six-over-six sash windows; small gable-end ell attached to northwest corner of house; property purchased by Kenneth B. Hurst, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Velma.
244. Rouse House C/B 1942 2021 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; vertical siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; front gable across two middle front bays; small window occupies second bay; second and fourth bays have paired, one-over-one sash windows flanking entrance and stoop; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Rufus R. Rouse, NC Shipbuilding Co. supervisor, and wife, Helen.
244A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors surmounted by vertical siding in gable.
245. Wooten House C/B 1955 2025 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding above brick veneer lower front wall; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; attached front porch shelters north entrance bay and adjacent paired two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; interior chimney; property occupied in 1957 by Marion T. Wooten, meat cutter, and wife, Gertie.
246. Ensley House C/B 1942 2029 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; front elevation enlivened by twin gables with lunette attic vents flanking a central gabled entrance portico supported by square corner posts; six-over-six sash windows; north-side ell; property purchased in 1943 by Paul G. Ensley, NC Shipbuilding Co. supervisor, and wife, Zella.
247. Little House C/B 1943 2033 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; small four-over-four sash window in north front bay; six-panel front door with bracketed, gabled hood flanked by paired four-over-four sash windows; central portion of facade rises into front gable which extends between centers of paired windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by James A. Little, NC Shipbuilding Co. fitter, and wife, Lucielle.
248. Hood House C/B 1942 2037 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; vertical siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; north front bay contains small six-over-six sash window; six-panel front door with gabled entrance porch supported by square posts flanked by paired six-over-six sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Lloyd N. Hood and wife Elise.
249. Genes House C/B 1942 2041 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; weatherboard siding; four bays wide and two bays deep; central six-panel door sheltered by shed roof with triangular brackets; door flanked by paired six-over-six sash windows; small six-over-six sash window on north side of facade; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Henry P. Genes, NC Shipbuilding Co. machinist and wife, Lillie Bell.
250. Plymale House C/B 1942 2045 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; central front gable with lunette attic vent; entrance flanked by paired six-over-six sash windows; gabled entrance portico with segmentally arched ceiling supported by square corner posts; small six-over-six sash window on north side of facade;
interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Russell A. Plymale, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Katherine.
251. Mayfield House C/B 1942 2049 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; center entrance sheltered by gabled portico with square corner posts and triangular wall brackets expanded into full-width front porch; door flanked by six-over-six sash windows; north-side ell; shed-roofed addition across rear elevation; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Grayson Mayfield, NC Shipbuilding Co. fitter, and wife, Thora.
252. Hathcock House C/B 1942 2053 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; left bay contains projecting gable with six-over-six sash window and lunette attic vent; central door protected by bracketed hood; eight-over-eight sash window in south front bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Ashley Hathcock, Durham Life Insurance Co. agent, and wife, Clara.
253. Cornell House C/B 1942 2057 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door flanked by eight-over-eight sash windows; gabled entrance portico with square, paired posts; central interior chimney; rear gabled ell; property purchased in 1941 by Charles L. Cornell, NC Shipbuilding Co. foreman, and wife, Doris.
253A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors with applied stiles and rails.
254. Neal House
C/B 1942 2061 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; hipped roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door flanked by eight-over-eight sash windows; gabled entrance portico with square posts and segmentally-arched ceiling; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Kenney E. Neal, NC Shipbuilding Co. foreman, and wife, Nellie.
254A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; paneled, overhead door offset to left in front elevation.
255. Fogleson House C/B 1942 2065 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; steeply-pitched side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door flanked by eight-over-eight sash windows; gabled entrance portico supported by square corner posts; end gables sheathed with vertical siding; central interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Richard D. Fogleson, NC Shipbuilding Co. quarterman, and wife, Mabel.
255A. Shed
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame shed with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; center door flanked by floor-length windows.
256. Jennings House C/B 1942 2069 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door flanked by one-over-one sash windows; gabled entrance portico with square posts and vaulted ceiling; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Glenn Jennings; NC Shipbuilding Co. quarterman, and wife, Nell.
256A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof.
257. Warner House C/B 1942 2073 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door flanked by two-over-two sash windows with horizontal panes; shed-roofed entrance portico with square corner posts; rear ell; central interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by John L. Warner, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Edna.
257A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with vertical siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors faced with metal.
258. Mitchell, William, House C/B 1942 2077 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door flanked by eight-over-eight sash windows; gabled entrance portico with square posts; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by William H. and Deanie Mitchell.
258A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; four-panel center door flanked by metal garage doors.
259. Friedland House C/B 1942 2081 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door flanked by eight-over-eight sash windows; six-panel door with glazed upper panel opening onto brick stoop; property purchased in 1941 by Morris Friedland, salesman, and wife, Sarah.
259A. Garage/apartment N/OB c. 1942/1994
Two-story frame garage/apartment with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; two bays wide and two bays deep; first level contains paneled, overhead garage door on front north side adjacent to glazed upper-panel door; two one-over-one sash windows at upper level.
260. Stokley House C/B 1942 2085 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof with small central cross gable; three bays wide and three bays deep; central door flanked by one-over-one sash windows; door opens onto brick stoop; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by William H. Stokley, welder, and wife, Isabelle.
260A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with vertical siding; gable-front roof; wide, overhead door with four panes in upper panel.
261. MacRae House C/B 1942 2089 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; six-over-six sash windows; entrance in second bay consists of door with six-light upper panel and gabled entrance portico with square posts and segmentally arched ceiling; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Homer MacRae, and wife, Sallie.
261A. Garage
C/OB 1942
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; door offset to right in front elevation.
2100 block Burnett Boulevard, east side
262. House
C/B 1918 2115 Burnett Blvd.
Two-story frame house; shingled walls, hip on gable roof with peak vents; four bays wide and two bays deep; six-over-six sash window and one-over-one windows; entrance in third bay opens onto wooden deck enclosed by low railings; north-side, shed-roofed porch.
263. Davis, John, House C/B 1941 2129 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; engaged porch supported by square posts extends across north and center front bays; six-light upper panel in door; south projecting bay with paired and single six-over-six sash windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1938 by John K. Davis, and wife, Josephine.
263A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors in front elevation.
264. Wade House N/B 1941 2137 Burnett Blvd.
One-story brick minimal traditional house; side-gable roof with central cross gable sheathed with synthetic siding and supported by metal work; three bays wide and three bays deep; central door with fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash on south side and paired six-over-six sash windows on north side; north-side, four-bay addition incorporates single-pane corner window and multi-light picture window flanked by glazed-panel doors; south-side two-car carport addition; north-side, exterior-end chimney; house is noncontributing due to non-historic alterations including large north-side addition and south-side carport addition; property purchased in 1938 by J. E. Wade, and wife, Alberta.
265. Way House
C/B 1943 2149 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof with small central cross gable; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door flanked by six-over-six sash windows; door opens onto brick stoop; property enclosed by white picket fence; property purchased in 1941 by Robert O. Way, and wife, Hazel.
266. Robinson House C/B 1952 2153 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame ranch house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; shed-roofed porch with metal supports and handrails extends across north portion of facade; door in north front bay with three stepped panes in upper panel flanked by a fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash; paired two-over-two horizontal-pane sash corner windows on south side of facade; interior chimney; property purchased in 1952 by W. L. Robinson, and wife, Ella.
266A. Shed
C/OB c. 1952
One-story frame shed with asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; tripartite window centered on front elevation; interior chimney; building attached to main house by latticed breezeway; interior chimney.
267. House
C/B 1980 2157 Burnett Blvd.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with hipped roofs; broad eaves, and peak vents; three bays wide and four bays deep; house sited at right angle to street; single and paired windows contain two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; north-side bay window with floor-length windows.
1900 block Harrison Street, west side
268. Dannenbaum House C/B 1940 1910 Harrison St.
One-story frame traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; attached full-width porch supported by paired, square posts; central door with flanking six-over-six sash windows; rear ell addition; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1940 by Robert Dannenbaum, manager of Thrift-T- Stores, and wife, Lettie.
268A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; open car bay.
Madison Street Intersects
Vacant lots between Madison Street and Northern Boulevard
2000 block Harrison Street, west side (Northern Boulevard intersects)
269. Garriss House C/B 1942 2016 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; vertical wood siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door sheltered by gabled portico; flanking two-over-two sash windows with horizontal panes; north-side ell; shed-roofed rear porch; property purchased in 1947 by E. H. Garriss and wife, Lillian Kelly.
270. McCrackin House C/B 1942 2020 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door with bracketed gable roof; flanking six-over-six sash windows; property purchased in 1946 by Samuel S. McCrackin.
271. Brown House C/B 1941 2024 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; engaged porch across north and central bays supported by square posts; south projecting bay has low-pitched gable with triangular peak vent; paired six-over-six sash windows; rear ell addition; interior chimney; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1940 by Robert P. Brown, owner of Art Sign Co., and wife, Hazel.
272. Bremer House C/B 1940 2032 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roof; four bays wide and four bays deep; engaged porch across south and central bays has square posts and metal railings; six-over-six sash windows, paired in south bay and of diminutive size in projecting north bay; north bay bisected by exterior-front chimney with smooth shoulders; property purchased in 1941 by Walter H. Bremer, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Nellie.
273. Cheek House C/B 1942 2036 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; south-side projecting front gable with triangular peak vent extends across south and center bays; secondary gable in south front bay has paired one-over-one sash windows; central arched door has three panes in upper panel; paired one-over-one sash windows in north front bay; interior chimney; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1940 by Vernon B. Cheek, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Pauline.
273A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf front doors have criss-cross lower panels.
274. Hatch House C/B 1940 2040 Harrison St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; gable-front roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; attached, gable-front porch across center and north bays, features square tapered posts on brick piers and simple balustrades; paired six-over-six sash windows flank central entrance; louvered attic vent in principal gable; north-side, exterior-end chimney and projecting, gabled bay; property purchased in 1941 by Walter G. Hatch, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Bessie.
274A. Garage
C/OB 1940
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf board-and-batten doors.
275. Shimp House C/B 1941 2044 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; shed-roofed porch across south bay and gabled entrance portico in center bay have square posts and picket balustrades; eight-over-eight sash windows; rear ell addition; property purchased in 1941 by Chester E. Shimp, Shipyard inspector, and wife, Mary.
275A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; overhead door has four panes in upper panel.
276. Drew House C/B 1943 2048 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; four bays wide and two bays deep; two middle bays form gable containing octagonal attic window and secondary gable above left entrance bay; six-pane upper panel in front door; flanking paired six-over-six sash windows; north front bay has small sash window; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Vernon N. Drew, Maritime Commission machinist, and wife, Alice.
277. House
N/B 2003 2052 Harrison St.
One-story frame bungalow, synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; secondary gable-front projecting ell on south side of facade; center and north bays protected by engaged porch with square posts and picket balustrades; six-over-six sash windows; house is currently under construction.
278. Register House C/B 1953 2056 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; entrance in third bay sheltered by gabled portico with square corner posts; paired and single six-over-six sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1954 by Margaret Register for rental income.
279. Newhill House C/B 1939 2060 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; dominant gable-front projection across front contains engaged porch across southern and central bays; fenestration includes central door flanked by paired six-over-
six sash windows; triangular peak vent in gable; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by William S. Newhill, and wife, Ruth.
280. Sheppard House C/B 1939 2064 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; three-stage side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; entrance in south front bay flanked on right by tall, exterior chimney with recessed panel in lower face and initial “S” in stack; single six-over-six sash window in second bay; paired six-over-six sash windows in third and fourth bays; property purchased in 1941 by M. Maurice Sheppard, account, and wife, Rebecca Clifton.
281. King House
C/B 1939 2072 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; projecting north front gable incorporates engaged entrance porch, eight-over-eight sash window, and triangular peak vent; paired six-over-six sash windows in south front bay; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1942 by W. Bonneville King, electrician, and wife, Aridella.
282. Maples House C/B 1940 2076 Harrison St.
One-and-one-half-story frame split level house; synthetic siding above brick veneer basement; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; south portion of facade has six-over-six sash window in lower level, twin six-over-six sash windows in upper level, and square attic vent; attached entrance porch supported by square posts shelters door with four-light upper panel; north front bay contains six-over-six sash window; property purchased in 1942 by J. Ellis Maples, agronomist with U. S. War Department Engineers, and wife, Mary.
282A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
2100 Block Harrison Street, west side (Central Boulevard intersects)
283. Fish House
C/B 1941 2112 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; eight-over-eight sash window in south front bay; center and north front bays incorporated in projecting gable with engaged entrance porch, six-over-six sash window, and lunette attic vent; secondary door in north elevation; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Rufus T. and Isabelle Fish for rental income.
284. Wallin House C/B 1941 2116 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance portico with gabled roof and foliated metal supports; six-panel door flanked by one-over-one sash windows; north front bay surmounted by front gable; north-side, gabled ell; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Joseph D. Wallin, NC Shipbuilding Co. clerk, and wife, Thelma.
285. Brady House C/B 1942 2120 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; south-side front gable with square louvered attic vent; six-panel door in second bay surmounted by small gable; paired six-over-six sash windows flank entrance; small sash window occupies north front bay; rear shed-roofed addition; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Spencer J. Brady, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Sylvia.
286. Lewis, Mary, House C/B 1942 2124 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance contains six-panel door sheltered by gabled roof portico supported by metal stanchions; flanking six-over-six sash windows; north-side gabled ell with similar fenestration; rear shed-roofed addition; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Mary B. Lewis.
287. Sullivan House C/B 1942 2128 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; south-side front gable has lunette attic vent and surmounts paired one-over-one sash window and entrance door; shed roof protects entrance; paired one-over-one sash window north of entrance; small one-over-one sash window in north bay; property purchased in 1943 by Chester L. Sullivan, Shipyard electrician, and wife, Elizabeth.
288. Martin House C/B 1942 2132 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center and north bays form gable with engaged entrance porch supported by triangular bracket, eight-over-eight sash window, and lunette attic vent; six-over-six sash window in south front bay; triangular peak vents and one-over-one sash windows in end gables; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Harry W. Martin, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Katie.
289. Pattisaul House C/B 1941 2136 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; central door surmounted by gabled roof; flanking, paired six-over-six sash windows; small six-over-six sash window in north bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Adger M. Pattisaul, NC Shipbuilding Co. employee, and wife, Alice.
290. Townsend House C/B 1941 2140 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance contains six-paneled door sheltered by gabled portico supported by square posts; flanking six-over-six sash windows; north-side gabled ell with six-over-six sash window; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by H. Carlysle Townsend, NC Shipbuilding Co. supervisor, and wife, Lenora.
291. McSwain House C/B 1942 2144 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center and north bays incorporated in front gable; engaged entrance porch at left end of gable has metal corner supported; eight-over-eight sash window in south front bay; six-over-six sash window in north front bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Gibbs R. McSwain, NC Shipbuilding Co. supervisor, and wife, Helen.
292. Price House
C/B 1942 2148 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding and brick veneer beneath window sills; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; center and north bays incorporated within front gable with metal supports and lunette attic vent; paired two-over-two horizontal-pane sash windows flank entrance; small six-over-six sash window in north bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Daniel W. Price, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Alice.
293. Venable House C/B 1942 2152 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof with front gable on north side of facade; lunette window in front gable; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance contains multi-panel door sheltered by gabled portico supported by turned posts; flanking six-over-six sash windows; north-side gabled ell has similar fenestration; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by S. Armistead Venable, NC Shipbuilding Co. assistant foremen, and wife, Evelyn.
293A. Shed
C/OB 1942
One-story frame shed with weatherboard siding; side-gable roof with exposed rafters; two bays wide with five-panel door at left and small window at right.
294. Gainey House C/B 1942 2156 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center and north bays form gable with engaged entrance porch supported by triangular bracket, six-over-six sash window, and lunette attic vent; eight-over-eight sash window in south front bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Willis C. Gainey, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Iona.
295. Ensley House C/B 1941 2160 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door with bracketed gabled hood; flanking paired six-over-six sash windows; small six-over-six sash window in north-side ell; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Elmer S. Ensley, NC Shipbuilding Co. timekeeper, and wife, Catherine.
296. Ward House C/B 1943 2164 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center and north bays form gable with engaged entrance porch supported by triangular bracket, six-over-six sash window, and lunette attic vent; paired six-over-six sash windows in south front bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by John V. Ward, NC Shipbuilding Co. crane operator, and wife, Vera.
297. Bollinger House C/B 1941 2168 Harrison St.
One-story brick minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; central entrance with gabled portico with scrolled metal supports; flanking six-over-six sash windows; north bay incorporates front gable; north-side gabled ell with six-over-six sash window; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Donald E. Bollinger, NC Shipbuilding Co. supervisor, and wife, Jean.
297A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof, twin openings with clipped upper corners.
298. Carroll House C/B 1941 2172 Harrison St.
One-story brick minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; four bays wide and four bays deep; middle two bays rise into gable containing lunette attic vent; six-panel door in second bay surmounted by gabled portico with metal supports; flanking paired six-over-six sash windows; small sash window in north bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by William H. Carroll, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Annie.
299. Dawson House C/B 1941 2176 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; center and north bays form front gable with engaged entrance porch, later extended across left bay, supported by metal work, one-over-one sash windows; rear shed-roofed addition; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Warren T. Dawson, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Madeline.
299A. Shed
C/OB c. 1950
One-story frame shed with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; central, six-panel door.
299B. Garage
N/OB c. 2000
One-story frame two-car garage; side-gable roof; weatherboard siding.
300. Williams House C/B 1942 2180 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; projecting center and north bays covered by cat-slide roof; engaged entrance porch in left section of projection has small corner posts and rammas; eight-over-eight sash window in south bay, six-over-six sash window in north bay; rear, gabled addition; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by John G. Williams, U. S. Coast Guard, and wife, Helen.
300A. Shed
C/OB c. 1950
One-story frame shed with vertical siding; gable-front roof; central, solid-panel door.
1900 block Harrison Street, East Side
301. Grubbs House C/B 1952 1929 Harrison St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; T-shaped plan with low-pitched gable roofs; three bays wide and four bays deep; fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash in north front bay; recessed center entrance has four lights in upper panel; recessed south bay has two-over-two horizontal-pane sash above brick planter; north-side ell and exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1953 by David P. Grubbs, and wife, Ellen.
302. Dunley House N/B 1964 1937 Harrison St.
One-story frame ranch house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with hipped roofs; four bays wide and four bays deep; north front projecting bay contains two-over-two horizontal-pane sash window in street face and entrance in south flank; hip-roofed screened porch attached to northeast corner of house; property purchased in 1965 by Harvey Dunley, New Hanover High School teach, and wife, Susan.
303. Taylor House C/B 1952 1941 Harrison St.
Two-story garage/apartment; concrete block walls at first level; frame with asbestos siding at second level; hipped roof and wide eaves; two bays wide and two bays deep; first story contains twin overhead garage doors with paired ribbon windows in upper panels; second story has paired windows in north bay and single window in south bay; fenestration includes two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; north-side exterior stair to upper level entrance with hip-roofed porch with square corner posts and criss-cross balustrades; property purchased in 1953 by Joseph W. Taylor, Taylor Exterminating Co. assistant manager, and wife, Betty.
2000 block Harrison Street (Northern Boulevard intersects)
304. Hufham House C/B 1939 2015 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; small window in north front bay contains two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; paired windows in south front bay have similar sash; central entrance bay sheltered by
gabled portico with square posts and turned balustrades; property purchased in 1939 by Harry Hufham, and wife, Mildred.
305. Burnett, Charles, House C/B 1943 2019 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; north and center front bays sheltered by engaged porch with metal supports and balustrades; windows in north and south front bays are paired with two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; front door contains nine panes in upper panel; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1940 by Charles T. Burnett, American Bakeries office manager.
305A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; paired doors centered on facade.
306. Lewis, Robert J., House C/B 1943 2023 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and two bays deep; north front bay contains paired six-over-six sash windows; center and south front bays form two asymmetrical projecting gables; six-panel front door opens onto brick stoop with metal side railing; single six-over-six sash window in south front bay; north-side, exterior end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Robert J. Lewis, driver, and wife, Margaret.
307. Lewis, J. Wilton, House C/B 1943 2027 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and four bays deep; north and center front bays form projecting flat-roofed sun porch; south gabled front pay contains paired windows, metal awning, and triangular attic vent; rear ell addition; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by J. Wilton Lewis, NC Shipbuilding Co. carpenter, and wife, Mary.
308. Jolly House
C/B 1943 2031 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and four bays deep; north and center front bays sheltered by attached porch with square posts on short brick piers, metal railings, and segmentally-arched fascias; paired six-over-six sash windows in north front bay; single six-over-six sash window in south projecting front bay; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by James N. Jolly, Raney Chevrolet Co. district manager, and wife, Miriam.
308A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; paired plywood doors centered on facade.
309. McKeithan House C/B 1941 2035 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; six-over-six sash windows; projecting gable in second front bay surmounts entrance opening onto brick stoop with metal side railings and metal awning; exterior front chimney abuts left flank of gabled entrance; property purchased in 1941 by G. P. McKeithan, Gregg’s Appliance Store salesman, and wife, Myrtle O.
309A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; paired doors have outside battens in criss-cross pattern.
310. Coleman House C/B 1941 2039 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof with prominent front gable on north side of facade; three bays wide and three bays deep; north and center front bays form gable-front screened porch with square posts and triangular peak vent; paired six-over-six sash windows in south front bay; north-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by J. Carter Coleman for rental income.
310A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; paired doors have outside battens in criss-cross pattern.
311. Gardner House C/B 1942 2043 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; four bays wide and three bays deep; attached, screened front porch across north three bays and portion of south projecting bay; six-over-six sash windows; rear, shed-roofed addition;
north-side, exterior-end chimney with forward-sloping shoulders; property purchased in 1941 by Winston C. Gardner, civil engineer, and wife, Diana.
311A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; south-side, shed-roofed addition; solid-panel doors.
312. Curry House C/B 1942 2051 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; gable-front projection across north bay contains paired six-over-six sash windows; shed-roofed front porch across center and south front bays accentuated by square posts with scroll brackets; paired six-over-six sash window in south front bay; secondary entrance in north elevation; property purchased in 1941 by Kathryn Curry, wife of Ernest P. Curry, NC Shipbuilding Co. pipe coverer.
312A. Shed
N/OB c. 1945
One-story frame shed with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; left portion of front elevation originally contained garage door, currently contains paneled pedestrian door; non-contributing due to non-historic alterations.
313. Bassett House (1) C/B 1942 2055 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; low-pitched, gabled, screen porch extends across three north bays, terminating in broad sweep at exterior-front chimney; chimney has double shoulders on right side of stack; single and paired six-over-six sash windows; secondary entrance in north elevation; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Veva N. Basset, wife of William A. Bassett, supervisor.
314. Bassett House (2) C/B 1946 2059 Harrison St.
One-story frame gable-front house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; off-center entrance flanked by one-over-one sash windows; attached shed-roof porch extends across north bay and entrance; porch supported by square posts and enclosed with picket balustrades; property purchased in 1941 by Veva N. Bassett, wife of William A. Bassett, supervisor.
315. Bulifant House C/B 1942 2063 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; lower portion of front walls faced with Permastone; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; attached front porch across north and center bays has scroll-pattern metal supports, metal railings, and aluminum awnings; paired six-over-six sash windows in front elevation; rear shed-roofed addition; north-side, exterior-end chimney with forward-sloping shoulders; property purchased in 1941 by Irvin V. Bulifant, instructor, and wife, Inez.
315A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with vertical siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf board-and-batten doors.
316. Hanna House C/B 1942 2067 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; center entrance sheltered by front porch supported by square posts; six panes in upper panel of door; flanking, paired, six-over-six sash windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney with quarter-round shoulders; property purchased in 1941 by Margaret Hanna, wife, of James R. Hanna, inspector.
316A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; two bays wide.
317. Thomas, Edward, House C/B 1943 2075 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; south front bay surmounted by gable with triangular peak vent; center entrance sheltered by shed-roofed portico; six-over-six sash windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney with smooth shoulders; property purchased in 1942 by Edward B. Thomas, NC Shipbuilding Co. employee, and wife, Ruby.
317A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf paneled doors.
318. Cranford House C/B 1951 2079 Harrison St.
One-story brick ranch house; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; gabled front porch across south portion of facade supported by square posts; aluminum frame windows form single and multi-pane modular units; high corner windows slide horizontally; triangular peak vents in end gables; property purchased in 1940 by Pearl P. Cranford, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk; lot unimproved until 1951.
2100 Block Harrison Street, east side (Central Boulevard intersects)
319. Fulford, Carol, House C/B 1951 2117 Harrison St.
One-story frame ranch house; asbestos shingle siding; stuccoed lower front walls; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; north and south front bays contain single, paired, and tripartite wraparound corner windows with two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; central entrance and stoop sheltered by metal awning; north-side, broad, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1947 by Carol W. Fulford, Jr., Cape Fear Terminal clerk, and wife, Muriel.
319A. Shed
C/OB c. 1951
One-story frame shed with asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; open bays at north and multi-light window in south front bay; north portion of shed covered with barn metal roof.
320. Woods House C/B 1946 2121 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central front bay incorporates six-panel door opening onto brick stoop sheltered by shallow awning roof with boxed eaves and slightly arched ceiling; six-over-six sash windows; property purchased in 1943 by Richard C. Woods, Shipyard clerk, and wife, Olive.
321. Duncan House C/B 1943 2125 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; north front bay has six-over-six sash window surmounted by small gable; central entrance sheltered by bracketed corner porch; six-panel door; south front bay contains eight-over-eight sash window; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by James I. Duncan, NC Shipbuilding Co. employee, and wife, Marie.
321A. Shed
C/OB c. 1950
One-story frame shed with German siding; low-pitched, side-gable roof with exposed rafters; north portion of shed forms carport; south bay contains twin, six-light windows.
322. Fowler House C/B 1943 2129 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; north front bay contains small, six-over-six sash window; paired six-over-six sash windows flank entrance with gabled portico with chamfered posts and turned balustrades; property purchased in 1943 by L. Gurley Fowler, NC Shipbuilding Co. fitter, and wife, Mary Aline.
323. Hanes House C/B 1943 2133 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center and north bay contained within projecting gable; center entrance sheltered by bracketed corner porch; paired six-over-six sash windows in south front bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Connie S. Hanes, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Ruth.
324. Bass House
C/B 1943 2137 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled entrance portico supported by square posts; six-over-six sash windows; north-side attached wing with side-gable roof; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Edward R. Bass, NC Shipbuilding Co. supervisor, and wife, Mildred.
324A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with corrugated metal siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors in south portion of facade with chevron-pattern panels.
325. Hatfield House C/B 1943 2141 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; vertical siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; projecting north bay has six-over-six sash window surmounted by small gable; central entrance sheltered by shed roof supported by angled bracket; eight-over-
eight sash window in south front bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by James W. Hatfield, NC Shipbuilding Co. counter, and wife, Lyndal.
326. Smith, Harold, Rental House C/B 1943 2145 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; north front bay contains small, single-pane window; paired, single-pane windows flank entrance bay; entrance bay features shed-roofed porch with square posts extending to ground beyond brick stoop and wooden balustrades; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Harold D. Smith, and wife, Helen, for rental use.
327. Combs House C/B
1942 2149 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled portico with metal supports; flanking six-over-six sash windows; north-side attached wing with gabled roof and similar windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Martin Combs, NC Shipbuilding Co. supervisor, and wife, Maude.
328. Klander House C/B 1943 2153 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; north and center bays contained beneath cat-slide roof; six-panel front door set within semi-enclosed entrance porch; six-over-six sash window in south front bay; eight-over-eight sash window in north front bay; secondary entrance and small window on north side of house sheltered by metal awning; property purchased in 1943 by Robert K. Klander, NC Shipbuilding Co. supervisor, and wife, Ann.
328A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story concrete block garage; vertical siding in side-gable roof; garage access in north portion of facade.
329. Gainey House C/B 1943 2157 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center bay features small, gabled entrance portico with slightly curved ceiling and metal supports; flanking six-over-six sash windows; north-side, gabled addition; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Willis C. Gainey, and wife, Ione, for rental use.
329A. Shed
C/OB c. 1950
One-story frame shed with synthetic siding; side-gable roof; twin one-over-one metal sash windows in west elevation.
330. Sikes House C/B 1943 2161 Harrison St.
One-story brick minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; gabled porch with three Tuscan-style posts, simple balustrades, and circular attic vent centered on front facade; porch shelters right-of-center entrance and flanking picture window; similar window in south front bay; small six-over-six sash window in north front bay; north side and rear additions incorporate paired windows and raised shed roof; property purchased in 1943 by Paul J. Sikes, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Dorothy.
331. King House
C/B 1943 2165 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; north bay and center entrance bay incorporated in flat-roofed projection; entrance opens onto small stoop and adjacent brick patio; six-over-six sash window in north front bay; eight-over-eight sash window in south front bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Thomas F. King, NC Shipbuilding Co. night superintendent, and wife, Carolyn.
332. Pearsall House C/B 1943 2169 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; middle two bays surmounted by gable with secondary gable forming entrance portico supported by square posts; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; six-over-six sash window in north front bay; property purchased in 1942 by Frank M. Pearsall, NC Shipbuilding Co. watchman, and wife, Margaret.
332A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with vertical siding; side-gable roof; overhead door in north elevation.
333. Murphy House C/B 1943 2173 Harrison St.
One-story frame traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; four bays wide and three bays deep; shed-roofed porch across three south bays terminates at gabled north bay; porch supported by square posts with lattice infill and enclosed by criss-cross pattern balustrades; multi-light front door surround has fluted pilasters and denticulated cornice; property purchased in 1942 by Dewitt Murphy, and wife, Leah.
334. Hodges House C/B 1943 2177 Harrison St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; six-panel center door sheltered by gabled entrance portico with scroll-pattern metal supports; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; exterior, north-side stairway leads to second level entrance in gable; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Firth F. Hodges, NC Shipbuilding Co. supervisor, and wife, Kathryn.
2000 block Van Buren Street, west side
335. Sellers House C/B 1941 2018 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; south and center front bays surmounted by gable with secondary gable forming entrance portico with paired, square posts and segmentally-arched ceiling; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; secondary entrance in north-side elevation opens onto large, wooden deck enclosed by simple balustrades; south-side ell, south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Bruce W. Sellers, Railway Express Agency clerk, and wife, Arlene.
335A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors have small slit windows; north-side, shed-roofed addition.
336. Applewhite House C/B 1941 2022 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center bay entrance sheltered by gabled portico with paired posts, simple balustrades, and arched ceiling; paired, flanking, one-over-one sash windows; north-side gabled wing with a single six-over-six sash window; interior chimney; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1939 by T. Edwin Applewhite, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad private secretary, and wife, Mattie.
337. White House C/B 1940 2026 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; north front bay forms projecting gable with paired six-over-six sash windows at first level and six-light attic window; attached porch across remaining facade supported by square posts with molded caps and enclosed by metal balustrades; gabled dormer above south front bay, single and paired windows contain six-over-six sash; south-side, exterior-end chimney with stepped-shoulders; property purchased in 1939 by Benton G. White, Southern Box and Lumber Co. patcher, and wife, Ina.
338. Bordeaux House C/B 1941 2036 Van Buren St.
One-story frame Period Cottage; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; arched entrance in second bay, flanked on south by exterior front chimney and on north by tripartite window surmounted by gable; entrance opens onto brick patio; north-side, gabled addition with one-over-one sash window, screened from street by latticework; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Robert Bordeaux, Sunshine Laundry routeman, and wife, Louphelia.
338A. Cottage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame cottage (converted garage) with asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide; front entrance has louvered door; south bay contains picture window; north bay has two-over-two horizontal-pane sash.
339. Brown House C/B 1937 2042 Van Buren St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; secondary gable across center and north front bays forms porch supported by tapered posts on painted brick piers and enclosed by simple balustrades; open deck extends across south front bay, accessible by brick steps enclosed by brick step ends; central door with flanking, paired windows, one-over-one sash windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney; louvered attic vents in gables; property purchased in 1939 by Alan L. Brown, welder, and wife, Alma.
339A. Garage/apartment N/OB c. 2000
Two-story frame garage/apartment with synthetic siding; front-gable roof; two bays wide; two open car bays on lower level; two one-over-one sash windows at upper level; south-side, gabled dormer.
340. Hickman House C/B 1940 2046 Van Buren St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; engaged porch across south front bay supported at corner by tapered post on brick pier; central entrance accentuated by decorative bargeboard and triangular brackets; exterior-front chimney north of entrance; paired windows contain four vertical lights in upper sash and single-pane in lower sash; property purchased in 1939 by Elmer L. Hickman, Sunshine Laundry foreman, and wife, Myrtle.
340A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof with triangular brackets; paneled double-leaf doors centered on facade.
341. Harrison House C/B 1942 2050 Van Buren St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; German siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs containing projecting beams and exposed rafters; three bays wide and four bays deep; north projecting bay abuts wraparound front porch; porch supported by tapered posts on brick piers; central entrance flanked by paired windows contain four vertical lights in upper sash and single panes in lower sash; high gable centered above entrance bay; gables accentuated by latticed peak vents; interior chimney; north-south exterior-end chimney; house similar in appearance to “The Plaza” manufactured by Aladdin Homes; property purchased in 1941 by Lewis W. Harrison, Security National Bank bookkeeper, and wife, Katie.
341A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; paneled double-leaf doors have clipped upper corners.
342. Stelljes House C/B 1939 2054 Van Buren St.
One-story frame Period Cottage; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; north front bay forms tall gable; central entrance bay features projecting vestibule with door containing lunette in upper panel, small arched window, and asymmetrical gable; broad, exterior chimney with front-sloping shoulders flanks south side of entrance; first and third bays contain paired six-over-six sash windows; a raised patio extends across south and center bays; property purchased in 1939 by Fritz D. Stelljes, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Margaret.
343. Williams House C/B 1939 2062 Van Buren St.
One-story frame bungalow; synthetic; L-shaped plan with hipped roof over main block and gable-front roof at northeast corner; three bays wide and four bays deep; south front portion of facade contains flat-roofed porch with tapered corner post and brick enclosing walls; single and paired windows have four vertical lights in upper sash and single-pane lower sash; gable highlighted by square, louvered attic vent; entrance in south flanking wall of projecting gable; hip-roofed projection attached to southwest corner of main block; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1939 by Eugene S. Williams, proprietor of Rex Shoe Repair Shop, and wife, Elsie.
343A. Garage
C/OB c. 1939
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; overhead door centered on facade.
344. Morgan House C/B 1942 2068 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; south front bay forms flat-roofed porch with square supports; center arched window opening and north front bay contained within projecting gable; entrance in south flanking wall of projecting gable; paired six-over-six sash windows; triangular peak vent in gable; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Cyrus W. Morgan, and wife, Margaret.
344A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; wide, barn-like structure with double-leaf doors centered on facade; doors have single panes in upper panels and strap hinges, multi-light window in peak.
345. Neblett House C/B 1941 2074 Van Buren St.
One-and-one-half-story frame house; synthetic siding; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; two hipped-roof dormers with paired six-over-six sash windows; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled roof supported by triangular brackets; flanking bay windows contain six-over-six sash; north-side, one-story, addition with eight-over-eight sash window, originally one-car garage; south-side, one-story, shed-roofed addition with eight-over-eight sash window; central chimney; property purchased in 1940 by Mortimer Neblett, and wife, Elizabeth.
2100 block Van Buren Street, west side
346. House
C/B 1940 2112 Van Buren St.
One-story frame bungalow house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; engaged front porch has bracketed posts and turned balustrades; off-center door flanked by replacement one-over-one sash windows; louvered attic vent in front gable.
347. Sheally House C/B 1943 2116 Van Buren St.
One-story frame bungalow house; synthetic siding; hipped roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; center front bay contains gabled entrance porch with square posts; shed-roofed screened porch with latticed balustrades extends across south front bay; one-over-one sash windows; gabled addition across rear of house; triangular attic vent centered on facade; property purchased in 1942 by Grady E. Sheally, NC Shipbuilding Co. employee, and wife, Lillian.
348. Batson House C/B 1943 2120 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; central entrance has six-light upper-panel door sheltered by gabled roof with metal supports; replacement one-over-one sash windows in front elevation; north-side, gabled porch; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by William L. Batson, proprietor of Batson Motor Co., and wife, Gussie.
349. Naumann House C/B 1943 2124 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central front bay forms gabled projection containing paired, six-over-six sash windows and small attic vent; entrance in north flanking wall of projecting gable; north and south front bays have single windows; engaged porch across north front bay has square posts and simple balustrades and stair railings; property purchased in 1942 by Robert O. Naumann, NC Shipbuilding Co. riveter, and wife, Carrie.
349A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf plywood doors placed right of center.
350. Applewhite, J. F., House C/B 1943 2128 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled portico with square posts and segmentally-arched ceiling; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; large, interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Joseph F. Applewhite Jr., and wife, Florence.
351. Simon House C/B 1943 2132 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; first and third front bays contained paired six-over-six sash windows and metal awnings; small window in north front bay with similar sash; small gable over entrance; screened porch occupies northwest corner of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Albert S. Simon, manager, and wife, Margaret.
351A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors, faced with siding, have clipped upper corners.
352. Kermon House C/B 1943 2136 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance has six-light upper-panel; gabled portico with square posts and segmentally-arched ceiling; paired one-over-one sash windows flank door; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Robert M. Kermon, NC Shipbuilding Co. employee, and wife, Mary.
352A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; overhead door has four panes in upper panel.
353. Marques House C/B 1943 2140 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; middle two bays sheltered by projecting, gabled porch with square posts and balustrades; replacement one-over-one sash windows; large central chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Manuel A. Marques, NC Shipbuilding Co. foreman, and wife, Harriet.
354. Hare House
C/B 1943 2144 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance has six-panel door sheltered by low-pitched pedimented gable containing applied ornament and supported by patterned metalwork; flanking two-over-two horizontal-pane sash windows; north-side attached carport; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by William H. Hare, NC Shipbuilding Co. fitter, and wife, Irene.
355. Farrow House C/B 1943 2148 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; off-center entrance has six-panel door surmounted by gabled hood; flanking six-over-six sash window; gabled ell attached to northwest corner of house; property purchased in 1943 by Caudell E. Farrow, Shipyard carpenter, and wife, Fannie.
356. Rich House
C/B 1943 2152 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; hipped roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance has brick stoop, metal railings, awning, and supports; three stepped lights in upper door panel; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; triangular attic vent centered on facade; property purchased in 1942 by David L. Rich, NC Shipbuilding Co. electrician, and wife, Carletta.
356A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story concrete block garage with weatherboard siding in upper section; flat roof; overhead door, offset to right, with four panes in upper panel.
357. Bagley House C/B 1943 2156 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance protected by gabled portico with square posts and segmentally-arched ceiling; flanking six-over-six sash windows; gabled ell projects from northwest corner of house; property purchased in 1943 by Howard Bagley, Shipyard employee, and wife, Hattie.
358. Page House
C/B 1943 2160 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance has gabled portico with metal supports; flanking six-over-six sash windows; gabled ell attached to northwest corner of house; property purchased in 1943 by Ernest R. Page, Farrar Transfer & Storage Co. warehouseman, and wife, Irene.
359. Tatus House C/B 1943 2164 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance protected by shed-roofed portico with square posts; flanking six-over-six sash windows; gabled ell projects from northwest corner of house; property purchased in 1943 by William R. Tatum, Shipyard clerk, and wife, Bertha.
2000 block Van Buren Street, East Side
360. Spivey House C/B 1941 2017 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; north front projecting gable with eight-over-eight sash window; attached sun porch with hipped roof and jalousie windows on south portion of facade; shed-roofed ell attached to southeast corner of house; north-side, exterior-end chimney; two interior chimneys; property purchased in 1941 by Velma Spivey.
361. Lee House
C/B 1940 2021 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; entrance in north bay opens onto brick stoop; middle two bays form low-pitched projecting gable; south bay incorporates shed-roofed screened porch and secondary entrance; six-over-six sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1939 by Edward E. Lee, Jr., Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Winifred.
362. Knight House C/B 1951 2025 Van Buren St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance opens onto concrete block stoop with metal railings; entrance and multi-light picture window in south front bay sheltered by metal awning with metal supports; north front bay contains two-over-two sash window with horizontal panes; two interior chimneys; rear addition; property purchased in 1951 by Lester H. Knight, Motor Truck Sales and Service Co. manager, and wife, Lillian.
363. Lewis, David, House C/B 1939 2029 Van Buren St.
Two-story frame house; asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof with shed roof above north portion of house; three bays wide and two bays deep; entrance sheltered by pedimented portico supported by turned posts; eight-over-eight sash window in north bay; six-over-six sash windows in south bay; south-side shed-roofed porch; interior chimney; property purchased in 1939 by David Wescott Lewis, assistant superintendent, and wife, Eileen.
363A. Garage
C/OB c. 1939
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; board-and-batten doors have twin lights in each leaf.
364. Stokley House C/B 1942 2033 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; entrance in second bay opens onto brick stoop with metal railings; asymmetrical gable enframing door abuts exterior front chimney on left; chimney features stepped shoulders and tall stack; six-over-six sash window in north front bay and eight-over-eight sash window south of door; small six-over-six sash window in south front bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1939 by R. Gerald Stokley, Taylor-Colquitt Co. shipping clerk, and wife, Margaret.
364A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; overhead metal door.
365. Hales House C/B 1939 2037 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; south-side projecting gable contains paired windows with four vertical lights in upper sash and single panes in lower sash; center entrance with twelve-light door sheltered beneath pent roof; exterior-front chimney north of door with forward-sloping shoulders; brick patio enclosed by metal railings extends across center and north front bays; property purchased in 1941 by William Hales, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad mechanic, and wife, Mary.
366. Hall House
C/B 1942 2041 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; projecting gable in south front bay contains paired windows with two-over-two horizontal sash; center entrance with pent roof opens onto terra-cotta tile stoop enclosed by foliated metal railings; exterior front chimney to north of entrance has smooth shoulders; single window with two-over-two horizontal sash north of chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Richard R. Hall, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Estelle.
366A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; overhead door has four panes in upper panel.
367. House
C/B 1943 2049 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance and south bay sheltered by gabled porch with metal supports and balustrades; eight-over-eight sash windows; south-side, attached carport with flat roof; rear side-gable addition with large, north- and south-side, exterior-end chimneys.
368. Shipp House C/B 1943 2053 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; south front bay forms projecting gable containing paired, six-over-six sash windows and rectangular attic vent; central entrance and paired windows in north bay sheltered by engaged porch with metal supports and balustrades; north-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Robert W. Shipp, NC Shipbuilding Co. crane operator, and wife, Almeria.
369. Jackson House C/B 1945 2057 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; north front bay forms projecting gable containing paired, one-over-one sash windows and tall attic vent; central entrance and paired windows in south front bay sheltered beneath sweeping roof surmounting screened porch with square posts; triangular attic vent over south front bay; shed-roofed rear ell; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1939 by Almon C. Jackson, Life & Casualty Insurance Co. of Tennessee agent, and wife, Ruth.
369A. Garage
C/OB 1945
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors centered on front.
370. Hart House
C/B 1941 2061 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled roof with arched ceiling and triangular brackets; flanking, paired six-over-six sash windows; south-side ell with eight-over-eight sash window; south-side, exterior-end chimney behind ell; property purchased in 1941 by Jack F. Hart, and wife, Sadie.
371. House
N/B 1959 2069 Van Buren St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; off-center door flanked on north by paired (new) six-over-six sash windows and on south by a single (new) six-over-six sash window.
2100 block Van Buren Street, east side (Central Ave. intersects)
372. Spencer House C/B 1943 2113 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and two bays deep; north projecting front gable incorporates corner porch with turned post and vertical siding; center bay forms secondary gable containing paired, six-over-six sash windows; single six-over-six sash window in south front bay; residence in 1942 of Flavius A. Spencer, NC Shipbuilding Co. supervisor, and wife, Emma.
372A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof; new overhead door set behind clipped upper-corner jambs, positioned in north half of facade.
373. Murphey House C/B 1941 2117 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; vertical siding at first level and weatherboards in side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance sheltered by shed-roofed portico supported by square posts; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows;
gabled addition across rear of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by H. Edwin Murphey, NC Shipbuilding Co. supervisor.
373A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; overhead door with ribbon windows in upper panels occupies north bay; paneled door in south front bay opens into storage area.
374. Browder House C/B 1942 2121 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; two middle front bays form gable with secondary gable sheltering six-panel front door; paired six-over-six sash windows flanking entrance and small six-over-six sash window in gable-end wing attached to northwest corner of house; property purchased in 1941 by Robert M. Browder, NC Shipbuilding Co. office manager, and wife, Virginia.
374A. Garage/apartment C/OB 1957
Two-story frame garage/apartment with vertical siding at first level and weatherboard siding at second level; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; one-over-one sash windows occupy lower north portion of facade; recessed porch with entrance and paired windows in lower south front bay; upper level contains two-over-two horizontal sash windows and engaged porch enclosed by horizontal-slat balustrade in south bay.
375. Sanderson House C/B 1942 2125 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; south half of front elevation forms gable with gabled portico in third bay; portico supported by scroll-pattern metal work and enclosed by metal railings; four small panes in upper panel of door; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; six-over-six sash window in north front bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by James W. Sanderson, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Margaret.
376. Hiatt House
C/B 1943 2129 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance framed by fluted pilasters; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; north-side, engaged, screened porch has square posts and balustrades; interior
chimney; property purchased in 1942 by John T. Hiatt, NC Shipbuilding Co. fitter, and wife, Mable.
377. Kermon House C/B 1943 2133 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance with gabled portico with paired columns and arched ceiling; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; interior chimney; residence in 1943 of Robert M. Kermon, NC Shipbuilding Co. employee, and wife, Mary.
378. Watkins House C/B 1943 2137 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance sheltered by shed roofed portico with foliated metal supports; flanking six-over-six sash windows; gabled ell attached to northeast corner of house; property purchased in 1944 by Lewis H. Watkins, US Navy, and wife, Shirley.
379. Mallard House C/B 1943 2141 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled portico supported by thin, square posts; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Ethan T. Mallard, plumber with R. C. Lewis & Sons, and wife, Gaylock.
380. Griffith House C/B 1943 2145 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance sheltered by hip-roofed portico with square posts and balustrades; flanking six-over-six sash windows; gabled ell attached to northeast corner of main block; transverse-gable addition extends across rear elevation; interior chimney; residence in 1942 of Andrew H. Griffith, Wilmington Coca-Cola Bottling Works employee, and wife, Irene.
380A. Shed
C/OB c. 1945
One-story frame shed with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; six-over-six sash window centered on front elevation.
381. Blow House C/B 1943 2149 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance features six-panel door and segmentally-arched porch roof supported by fluted columns; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; interior chimney; rear shed addition; property purchased in 1942 by James E. Blow, NC Shipbuilding Co. supervisor, and wife, Lenna.
381A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story garage with concrete block at lower level and German siding in gable-front roof; north bay contains garage; south bay has multi-light door opening into storage area.
382. Britt House
C/B 1943 2153 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance; shed-roof porch extends across north half of facade shelters brick patio; porch supported by square posts; six-over-six sash windows; projecting gabled ell attached to northeast corner of main block; transverse-gable additional across rear of house; property purchased in 1943 by Roland Britt, Shipyard shipwright.
383. McGill House C/B 1943 2157 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; six-panel front door sheltered by gabled roof portico supported by square posts; flanking, paired one-over-one sash windows; north-side gabled wing with a single one-over-one sash window; porch attached to south side of facade; property purchased in 1942 by George D. McGill, NC Shipbuilding Co. fitter, and wife, Elizabeth.
384. Prescott House C/B 1942 2161 Van Buren St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; central entrance has brick stoop sheltered by cantilevered gable roof; flanking one-over-one sash windows; east-side, shed-roofed addition incorporates rear porch supported by scroll-pattern metal work; north-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Clarence P. Prescott, Shipyard machinist, and wife, Fannie.
384A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; door in north elevation.
1900 block Jackson Street, west side
385. O’Crowley House C/B 1941 1914 Jackson St.
Two-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance accentuated by Federal-style bowed portico with paired Tuscan columns and balustraded balcony incorporating plan and criss-cross pickets; entrance flanked by eight-over-eight sash windows; diminutive window centered over entrance; south-side, one-story sun porch; north-side two-car garage attached to house by enclosed breezeway; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1940 by Francis P. O’Crowley, proprietor of O’Crowley’s Cleaners, and wife, Pearl.
385A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; two overhead doors each with four lights in upper panels.
386. Vowell House C/B 1935 1922 Jackson St.
Two-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled portico with foliated metal supports and balustrades; entrance flanked by paired six-over-six sash windows; south-side, gabled sun room; interior chimney; property purchased in 1940 by Louis H. Vowell, and wife, Margaret.
386A. Garage
C/OB c. 1935
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf, paneled doors centered on facade.
387. Bordeaux House C/B 1941 1930 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; rough stucco on lower walls, asbestos shingles in gables; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and four bays deep; shed-roofed porch across center and north front bays with square posts, turned balustrades and rammas, and fan brackets; south-side front gabled projection with an eight-over-eight sash window and scalloped bargeboards; north-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by John E. Bordeaux, Shipyard machine operator, and wife, Emma.
387A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story stuccoed concrete block garage at first level, asbestos shingle siding in gable-front roof; two-paneled door in north south bay; overhead garage door with ribbon windows in upper panels occupies south bay; louvered attic vent set high in gable.
388. Oliphant House N/B 1960 1938 Jackson St.
One-story brick ranch house; hipped roof with wide eaves; four bays wide and two bays deep; door flanked on the south by new six-over-six sash windows and on north by new tripartite window consisting of fixed sash multi-light window flanked by narrow four-over-four sash windows; door has three stepped panes in upper panel and opens onto brick stoop surrounded by metal railings; central interior chimney; property purchased in 1959 by Thomas E. Oliphant, and wife, Mary.
388A. Garage/Apartment N/OB c. 1943 1942 Jackson St.
Two-story frame garage/apartment with asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and one bay deep; north lower portion of facade contains new overhead garage door; exterior stair rises along front wall from garage door up to shed-roofed screened porch at second level; porch extends across south and center upper bays; door in south upper bay contains six lights in upper panel; six-over-six sash windows in center and north bays; interior chimney.
2000 block Jackson Street, west side (Northern Blvd. Intersects)
389. Waldron House C/B 1950 2014 Jackson St.
One-story brick minimal traditional house; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and four bays deep; south portion of front elevation forms cat-slide porch with metal supports and handrails, sheltering central entrance and fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash in south front bay; projecting gable in north bay has two-over-two horizontal-pane sash window surmounted by lunette attic window; south-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1953 by W. Calvin Waldron, carpenter, and wife, Mae.
389A. Garage
C/OB c. 1950
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding and vertical scalloped work in low-pitched front gable; south front bay contains overhead door with two ribbon windows in upper panel; north front bay has multi-light overhead door.
390. Fountain, Varnon, House C/B 1940 2018 Jackson St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; German siding; side-gable roof with exposed rafters; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance features exposed beams, open-gable portico roof supported by Tuscan columns and door containing six lights in upper panel; flanking, paired, six-over-six sash windows; south-side ell with paired six-over-six sash windows and exposed beams in gable end; interior chimney; property purchased in 1940 by Vernon L. Fountain, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Beatrice.
391. Fountain, Spencer, House N/B 1945 2022 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; single one-over-one sash window in south front bay and paired one-over-one sash windows in gabled third bay; exterior-front chimney has asymmetrical, front-sloping shoulders; brick work extends into entrance bay at right flank of chimney; door opens onto wooden deck across left portion of facade; twin, octagonal oculi occupy north front bay; interior chimney; property noncontributing due to non-historic alterations; property purchased in 1940 by Spencer Fountain, and wife, Virginia.
391A. Garage
C/OB c. 1945
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf plywood doors.
392. Carr House
C/B 1940 2026 Jackson St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; gable-front roof with exposed beams; three bays wide and four bays deep; secondary gable in south front bay has paired windows containing four vertical lights in upper sash and single pane in lower sash; similar fenestration in north front bay; central entrance features four vertical panes in upper panel; center and north front bays sheltered beneath attached porch with metal supports on brick piers; porch extends north to incorporate side-gable carport; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1940 by Charles Floyd Carr, Standard Oil Co. watchman, and wife, Thelma.
392A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors have braced lower panels.
392B. Shed
N/OB c. 1960
One-story frame shed with imitation brick siding; shed roof; wire fence encloses area in front of wide doorway.
393. Harsche House N/B 1998 2028 Jackson St.
Two-story frame house; vertical board siding; gambrel roof with shed dormers on north and south elevations; first floor facade incorporates a central door with sidelights and transom flanked on south by multi-light bay window and on north by one-bay garage door with four upper lights; four six-over-six sash windows at upper level; property purchased in 1998 by James Harsche.
394. Johnson, Timothy, House N/B 2001 2034 Jackson St.
One-story frame bungalow house; synthetic siding; shingles in gable; gable-front roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; secondary front gable wing incorporates engaged corner porch supported by a Tuscan column; six-panel door flanked by six-over-six sash windows; property purchased in 2001 by Timothy Johnson, and wife, Stephanie.
395. Sellars, Chester, House C/B 1946 2038 Jackson St.
One-story concrete block ranch house with asbestos shingles in side-gables; four bays wide and two bays deep; hip-roofed front porch across middle two bays supported by three square posts; entrance in third bay has six lights in upper panel; fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash occupies north front bay; remaining fenestration contains six-over-six sash windows; property purchased in 1950 by Chester Sellars and wife, Mary.
396. Rigsbee House C/B 1942 2042 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance sheltered under shed-roof portico with metal supports; flanking six-over-six sash windows; rear shed-roofed addition; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by William M. Rigsbee, Shipyard machine operator, and wife, Kathleen.
397. Williamson House C/B 1942 2046 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; shed-roofed front porch has scroll-pattern metal supports and brackets; central door contains six-light upper panel; flanking six-over-six sash windows; rear shed-roofed addition; property purchased in 1945 by William E. Williamson, city policeman, and wife, Ruby.
398. Sellars, Glenwood, House C/B 1953 2050 Jackson St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof with overhang across front; three bays wide and two bays deep; south front bay contains paired windows with two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; middle bay has tall, fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash; north front entrance opens onto concrete stoop; gabled rear ell has secondary entrance in projecting corner and paired windows in north elevation; interior chimney; property purchased in 1954 by Glenwood T. Sellars, American Bakeries foreman, and wife, Audrey.
399. Thomas, Joseph, House N/B 1986 2054 Jackson St.
One-story frame ranch house; vertical siding with weatherboard siding in side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; engaged porch across north portion of facade shelters entrance and tripartite, floor-length window; south front bay contains single, floor-length window; front yard enclosed by vertical board fence; property purchased in 1986 by Joseph Thomas, and wife, Lucinda.
400. Johnson, William, House C/B 1940 2060 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; shed-roofed front porch supported by square posts; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance flanked on south by exterior-front chimney with smooth shoulders; six-over-six sash windows in north and south front bays; rear shed-roofed addition; north-side, small gabled porch; property purchased in 1941 by William S. Johnson, proprietor of Murchison Soda Shop, and wife, Lena.
400A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940 2060 Jackson St.
One-story frame garage with asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; rambling building with overhead door in south corner of facade and interior chimney.
2100 block Jackson Street, west side (Central Blvd. intersects)
401. Privette House C/B 1941 2112 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance surmounted by shed-roof and aluminum awning with scroll-pattern metal supports; flanking six-over-six sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1946 by Helen O. Privette.
401A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage with asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof.
402. Jones, Vera, House C/B 1941 2116 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door surmounted by gabled portico supported by slim, square posts; new flanking one-over-one sash windows; side-gable projection attached to northwest corner of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1947 by Vera Jones.
403. McCrary House C/B 1942 2120 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; second-bay entrance surmounted by gable with scroll-pattern brackets and arched ceiling; flanking six-over-six sash windows; side-gable projection attached to southwest corner of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by W. Bruce McCrary, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad employee, and wife, Mary.
404. Allard House C/B 1941 2124 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; weatherboards sheathe central gable-front projection; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; center portion of facade incorporates gable bisected by exterior-front chimney with stepped shoulders and letter “A” in stack, and flanking six-over-six sash windows; south front bay contains similar window; recessed corner porch has square post and simple balustrades; entrance in north flank of gabled bay and window in north front bay sheltered by porch; property purchased in 1941 by H. Lawrence Allard, Texas Oil Co. rackman, and wife, Estelle.
405. Cooper House C/B 1941 2128 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; south front bay contains paired six-over-six sash windows; similar fenestration occupies the two north front bays; entrance in second bay features portico with square, paired posts supporting gable with exposed angular timbers and arched roof; front door has four vertical lights in upper panel and is flanked on right by exterior-front chimney with asymmetrical shoulders; gabled bay projection attached to southwest corner of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Roland P. Cooper, Raney Chevrolet Co. credit manager, and wife, Elsie.
405A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage with German siding in lower walls and asbestos shingle siding in front gable; double-leaf plywood doors.
406. Kelly, Daniel, House C/B 1941 2132 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; north front bay surmounted by gable; entrance features a six-panel door with gabled portico with square posts and arched ceiling; door flanked by new paired one-over-one sash windows; small one-over-one sash window in north front bay; property purchased in 1941 by Daniel E. Kelly, Railway Express Agency employee, and wife, Grace.
407. Bailey House C/B 1941 2136 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; north front bay contains paired six-over-six sash windows; single six-over-six sash windows in two north front bays; entrance in second bay surmounted by gabled portico supported by square posts; front door has three stepped panes in upper panel and is flanked on right by exterior chimney with asymmetrical shoulders; gabled ell attached to southwest corner of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by J. Herbert Bailey, B & N Tire Co. salesman, and wife, Annie.
408. Fountain, Robert, House C/B 1941 2140 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; entrance flanked on south by bay window with four narrow single pane windows and on north by paired single pane windows; entrance features door with six-light
upper panel surmounted by small gable; small two-pane sash window in north bay; property purchased in 1941 by Robert G. Fountain, Life Insurance Co. of Virginia agent, and wife, Hyla.
409. Sidbury House C/B 1941 2144 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; center front bay forms projecting gable with paired six-over-six sash windows; six-over-six sash window in south bay; engaged porch across north bay with square corner post and slightly curved fascia, shelters door in north flank of gabled bay and north front bay six-over-six sash window; property purchased in 1941 by Lacy C. Sidbury, Ideal Laundry & Dry Cleaning Co. driver, and wife, Doris.
409A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors centered on facade.
410. Bunch House N/B 1943 2148 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; front gable rises above third front bay; modern, low-pitched gable-front porch extends across first, second, and third bays; porch has square posts and closely-spaced picket balustrades; first and third bays contain replacement, one-over-one sash windows flanking entrance; small window in north bay has similar sash; property non-contributing due to non-historic alterations, including large front porch and replacement windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by George L. Bunch, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Hazel.
410A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with vertical metal siding; gable-front roof; criss-cross panel doors centered on facade.
411. Croom, James, House C/B 1941 2152 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; low-pitched gable-front screened porch with enclosed aprons extends across first and second bays; first and third bays have paired six-over-six sash windows flanking entrance; small window in north bay has similar sash; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by James B. Croom, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Elise.
412. Kelly, Newton, House C/B 1943 2156 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; entrance in middle bay flanked by paired six-over-six sash windows; gabled portico supported by square posts; north front bay, originally an engaged corner porch; enclosed by vertical siding has small one-over-one sash window; property purchased in 1941 by Newton J. Kelly, Acme Fertilizer Co. bookkeeper, and wife, Vivian.
412A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf plywood doors centered on facade.
1900 block Jackson Street, east side
413. Burnett, Richard, House C/B 1943 1901 Jackson St.
One-and-one-half-story brick Cape Cod house; three gabled dormers with weatherboard siding and paired windows; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance with transom; paired flanking six-over-six sash windows; south-side sun porch with similar paired windows; south-side, exterior-end chimney; shed-roofed dormer extends across rear slope of roof; property purchased in 1941 by Richard L. Burnett, NC Shipbuilding Co. employee manager, and wife, Clara.
414. Howard, Bessie, House C/B 1954 1911 Jackson St.
One-story frame ranch house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; louvered door central entrance and tripartite window at south side of facade sheltered by flat-roofed porch with scroll-pattern supports; window in north bay contains two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; addition with picture window and side entrance attached to southeast corner of house; property purchased in 1954 by Bessie M. Howard, widow.
414A. Shed
C/OB c. 1954
One-story frame shed with synthetic siding; side-gable roof; door near north corner of facade.
415. Johnson, Ashby, House C/B 1951 1917 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center entrance and fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash in north front bay sheltered by shed-roofed porch supported by square posts; paired window in gabled south front bay with two-over-two horizontal-pane sash windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney with forward sloping shoulders; north-side gabled ell; interior chimney; property purchased in 1950 by Ashby L. Johnson, carpenter, and wife, Mildred.
415A. Shed
C/OB c. 1951
One-story frame shed with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; five-panel door centered on facade.
416. Smith, James A., House C/B 1953 1921 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; north gabled bay contains eight-over-eight sash window and scalloped barge boards; central entrance and multi-light picture window in south front bay sheltered by engaged screened porch incorporating criss cross lattice at entrance and southwest corner; rear gabled wing; south-side, exterior end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1950 by James A. Smith, post office carrier, and wife, Helen.
417. Free House
C/B 1939 1929 Jackson St.
One-story brick Period Cottage; side-gable roof; north bay incorporates gable with paired six-over-one sash windows and small lunette attic window; south front bay has similar paired windows; central entrance bay forms gabled vestibule with arched door enframed by corbeled arch with rowlock courses and Greek cross brick pattern in gable; water table surrounding house has basket-weave design; arcaded engaged porch at southwest corner of house; two interior chimneys; property purchased in 1940 by Nathan D. Free, Swift & Co. office manager, and wife, Jennie.
417A. Garage
C/OB c. 1939
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable front roof; twin sliding doors contain small panes across upper panels.
418. Pierce, John O., House C/B 1947 1933 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance and south front bays sheltered by projecting gable porch with reused Queen Anne-style turned posts, foliated brackets, and tripartite, louvered attic vent; one-over-one sash windows; shed-roofed ell attached to northeast corner of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1950 by John O. Pierce, Hufman’s Credit Clothiers salesman, and wife, Margaret.
419. Russ, Joseph, House N/B 1950 1937 Jackson St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof with wide overhang; three bays wide and two bays deep; entrance with multi-light door flanked on north by multi-light picture window overlook wooden deck with slat-rail balustrades; two single six-over-six sash windows surmounted by fan lights south of entrance; property noncontributing due to numerous alterations including altering the placement and design of windows and doors; property purchased in 1952 by Joseph B. Russ, U. S. Government engineer, and wife, Lillie.
420. Elliott, Robert, House C/B 1954 1941 Jackson St.
One-story brick ranch house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance and fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash in south front bay surmounted by extended roof overhang; north front bay contains single, two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; frame addition with weatherboard siding attached to rear of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1954 by Robert B. Elliott, trucker, and wife, Ann.
421. Clemmons House C/B 1953 1945 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; north and center bays sheltered by shed-roofed screened, front porch; north front bay contains A fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash; south front bay forms projecting gable with modern one-over-one sash window and triangular peak vent; property purchased in 1952 by Robert F. Clemmons, Stanley’s Jewelers watchmaker, and wife, Louise.
421A. Garage
C/OB c. 1953
One-story frame garage with corrugated metal walls; gable-front roof; five-panel door at north corner of facade; wide, paneled overhead door in remaining portion of wall accommodates two cars.
2000 block Jackson Street, east side (Northern Blvd. intersects)
422. Warren House C/B 1942 2017 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance has shed-roofed portico with metal supports and railings; brick steps rise along north side of portico; six-over-six sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Richard F. Warren, clerk, and wife, Louise.
422A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with vertical metal siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf board-and-batten doors.
423. Welsh House C/B 1942 2021 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; entrance in third bay has six-panel door opening onto brick and concrete stoop; entrance surmounted by metal awning and small gable; six-over-six sash windows; secondary entrance in north elevation; south-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Kenneth G. Welsh, Shipyard welder, and wife, Willena.
423A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf plywood doors.
424. Watson House C/B
1957 2025 Jackson St.
One-story frame ranch house; a variety of siding patterns; three bays wide and two bays deep; entrance in north front corner and adjacent fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash sheltered by projecting overhangs; triple two-over-two sash windows with horizontal-panes in south front bay; front elevation sheathed with wide, vertical boards; section of wall beneath triple windows has horizontal siding; side and rear elevations feature narrow vertical siding; interior chimney; property purchased in 1953 by Bill Watson, B & W fitter, and wife, Lela.
424A. (former) Garage C/OB c. 1957
One-story frame former garage converted to storage shed; gable-front roof; vertical siding; pedestrian door in south side of facade.
Vacant Lot
425. Lennon House C/B 1949 2043 Jackson St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; U-shaped plan with hipped roofs; five bays wide and three bays deep; central portion of facade incorporates engaged porch with square posts and simple balustrades, terminating at hip-roofed end bays; north end contains glazed door and one-over-one sash window; south end has window centered in wall; brick veneer wall in porch area contains fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash and principal entrance; triangular louvered-vent attic gables punctuate front slope of roof; two interior-end chimneys; north-side carport; property purchased in 1947 by James A. Lennon, state policeman, and wife, Helen.
426. House
N/B 1931 2049 Jackson St.
Two-story frame house; synthetic siding; hipped roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; one-story, hip-roofed porch across center and south front bays supported by paired and tripled posts on brick piers and enclosed by simple balustrades; large multi-light picture window south of entrance and a six-over-six sash window north of entrance; hip-roofed dormer contains one-over-one sash window flanked by panels; south-side, exterior-end chimney with smooth shoulders; interior chimney; property non-contributing due to addition of vinyl siding and altered windows on the lower level and in the dormer.
427. Gore, Victor, House N/B 1930 2053 Jackson St.
Two-story frame house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; two bays wide and two bays deep; lower front facade has slightly offset center door sheltered by peaked roof supported by triangular brackets; entrance flanked on north side by one-over-one sash window and on south side by paired one-over-one sash windows; second story has two single one-over-one sash windows; south-side, exterior stair to second floor entrance; rear one-story ell; originally a portion of neighboring property and used for rental income; property noncontributing due to numerous non-historic alterations, including addition of vinyl siding, the addition of an extra window north of entrance; the replacement of a former small hood over the door with a larger portico, and new one-over-one window sash in all the windows.
428. Johnson, William F., House C/B 1957 2057 Jackson St.
One-story brick ranch house; hipped roof with broad eaves; four bays wide and two bays deep; entrance in third bay and A fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash in fourth bay shaded by canvas awning; windows contain two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; interior chimney; property purchased in 1957 by William F. Johnson.
2100 block Jackson Street, east side (Central Blvd. intersects)
429. Roderick House C/B 1940 2113 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; front entrance with diamond-pane glazed upper panel and criss-cross lower panel flanked by paired one-over-one sash windows; small sash window in north front bay; north side projecting gable and shed-roofed screened porch; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by James E. Roderick, Cape Fear Terminal Co. clerk, and wife, Gwendolyn.
430. Lewis, Eban, House C/B 1940 2117 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; six-panel front door sheltered by aluminum awning; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; one-over-one sash window occupies north front bay; projecting gable attached to southeast corner of house; central chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Eben W. Lewis, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Dorothy.
431. Gaskill House C/B 1942 2121 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; five bays wide and two bays deep; middle portion of facade incorporates gable bisected by exterior-front chimney with front sloping shoulders and flanking six-over-six sash windows; north and south front bays contain similar fenestration; door in second bay opens onto wooden stoop enclosed by turned balustrades; property purchased in 1941 by Melissa Gaskill, widow.
432. Collins House C/B 1940 2125 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; front door with three stepped panes in upper panel surmounted by small gable supported by triangular brackets; flanking, paired six-over-six sash windows; small six-over-six sash window occupies north front bay; flat-roofed additions on north and east sides
of house; interior chimney; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Harry W. Collins, L. B. Price Mercantile Co. manager, and wife, Mary.
433. Elks House
C/B 1939 2129 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance bay features arched-ceiling gable supported by a metal stanchion; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; flat-roofed addition across rear of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Edward M. Elks, Taylor’s Esso Station attendant, and wife, Ina.
433A. Shed
C/OB c. 1945
One-story frame shed with weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; small window in north front bay; multi-panel door in south front bay.
434. Williams House C/B 1941 2133 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; entrance in third bay features six-pane upper panel door opening onto stoop with twisted-metal railings and cantilevered-arched ceiling gable rising above pilasters; modern one-over-one sash windows in northern two bays; modern one-over-one sash window in south front bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by R. Adrian Williams, Hobbs Cash Grocery clerk, and wife, Olga.
434A. Shed
C/OB c. 1950
One-story frame shed with weatherboard siding; Mission tile roof; north front bay highlighted by entrance porch supported by Tuscan columns; small window in south front bay.
435. Paul House
C/B 1941 2137 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; front door with four lights in upper panel, surmounted by aluminum awning with metal supports and small gable; flanking, paired six-over-six sash windows; eight-over-eight sash window occupies north front bay; projecting gable attached to northwest corner of house; shed-roofed rear addition; two interior chimneys; property purchased in 1941 by H. Frederick Paul, National Oil Co. warehouseman, and wife, Eula.
436. Cole House
C/B 1940 2141 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central bay projects in gable with modern bay window surmounted by louvered attic vent; engaged corner porch with metal supports and railings occupies north front bay sheltering single one-over-one sash window and entrance in flanking projection; south front bay has similar window; flat-roofed carport attached to northeast corner of house; property purchased in 1941 by Margaret B. Cole for rental income.
436A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with vertical siding; gable-front roof; overhead door centered on facade.
437. Lewis, Harvey, House C/B 1941 2145 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; entrance bay features gabled portico supported by metal stanchions; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; small window in north bay has six-over-six sash; modern, paired, one-over-one sash windows in south gabled ell; secondary door in north elevation surmounted by shed-roofed porch with square posts; property purchased in 1941 by Harvey D. Lewis, National Biscuit Co. salesman, and wife, Inez.
438. McPherson House C/B 1940 2149 Jackson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; six bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance bay has shed-roofed portico with square posts and railings; variety of window treatments include six-over-six sash in north bay; eight-over-eight sash in second bay; eight-over-eight sash in fourth bay, and small six-over-six sash in fifth and sixth bays; north-side, gabled ell; south-side, projecting, shed-roofed addition; property purchased in 1941 by Harlan L. McPherson, Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. agent, and wife, Grace.
1900 block Monroe Street, west side
439. Hurst House C/B 1941 1904 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance has six-panel door and gabled portico with metal
supports; flanking six-over-six sash windows; gabled ell attached to northwest corner of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by K. B. Hurst for rental income.
440. Pierce, William, House C/B 1937 1908 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; south front bay rises into gable with louvered attic vent above one-over-one sash window; central entrance and north front bay sheltered by cat-slide porch supported by square posts; north-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by William F. Pierce, NC Shipbuilding Co. fitter, and wife, Margie.
440A. Garage
C/OB c. 1937
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors have six-lights in upper panel.
441. Callahan House C/B 1932 1912 Monroe St.
One-story frame bungalow house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof with exposed rafters; three bays wide and three bays deep; porch across south front bay supported by tapered corner post on brick pier, shelters paired, one-over-one sash windows; central bay incorporated gabled entrance portico with triangular brackets and arched ceiling; Tudor-style, exterior-front chimney abuts entrance to north; single one-over-one sash window in north front bay; property purchased in 1941 by Thomas C. Callahan, MacMillan Buick Co. salesman.
442. Stewart, William, House C/B 1932 1916 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; five bays wide and two bays deep; south front bay contains paired six-over-six sash windows entrance in second bay surmounted by bracketed gable; third and fifth bays have six-over-six sash windows flanking similar, smaller sash window; north-side gabled ell; gabled addition across rear of house; interior chimney; small wood deck across south side of facade; property purchased in 1941 by William A. Stewart, executive director of Brigade Boys Club, and wife, Esther.
443. Bragg House C/B 1941 1920 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and two bays deep; gabled north bay contains six-over-six sash window and louvered attic vent; central entrance incorporated in shed-roofed vestibule; one-over-one sash window in south front bay; gabled ell at southeast corner of house has similar six-over-six sash widow and paired windows in south elevation; south-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Stacy C. Bragg, Shipyard employee, and wife, Allie.
443A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage with vertical siding; gable-front roof; paired overhead doors have small panes in upper panels.
444. Meade House C/B 1938 1928 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; south front bay forms gable with eight-over-eight sash window; eight-over-eight sash window in north front bay; central entrance sheltered by gable sheathed with vertical siding, arched ceiling, and metal supports; north-side screened porch; north-side, exterior-end chimney behind porch; property purchased in 1942 by Herbert W. Meade, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Annie.
445. Bunn House C/B 1941 1932 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; north gabled bay contains paired six-over-six sash windows at first level and small six-pane window in attic; central entrance and paired, six-over-six sash windows in south front bay sheltered by shed-roofed porch with scroll-pattern supports and railings; gabled dormer centered above south front bay; south-side, exterior-end chimney with double, flat shoulders; property purchased in 1941 by Robert G. Bunn, NC Shipbuilding Co. carpenter, and wife, Mary.
446. Taylor House C/B 1942 1936 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; six-over-six sash windows; entrance in second bay abuts right flank of exterior-front chimney, both sheltered by flat-roofed porch with scrolled-pattern supports; third bay forms projecting gable; small sash window occupies north front bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Carl E. Taylor, NC Shipbuilding Co. pump operator, and wife, Mabel.
447. Pressman House C/B 1941 1940 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; five bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance enframed by low-pitched gabled portico supported by
square posts; six-over-six sash windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Jacob Pressman for rental income.
448. House
C/B 1930 1944 Monroe St.
One-story frame bungalow house; asbestos shingle siding; hipped roof with exposed rafters; four bays wide and three bays deep; front elevation accentuated by gable-front porch with latticed posts, plain balustrades, and lunette window in weatherboarded gable; fenestration presents a variety of windows salvaged from other houses; windows flanking front door on south have decorative muntins in upper sash; six-over-six sash windows in side elevations.
449. Nance House C/B 1953 1948 Monroe St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; hipped roof; south bay forms projecting gable with two-over-two horizontal-pane sash and triangular peak vent; center bay features fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash; north bay incorporates engaged corner porch with metal supports; entrance and flanking window in north flanking wall of porch; similar window in north front bay; property purchased in 1941 by Charles E. Nance, warehouseman, and wife, Melba.
2000 block Monroe Street, west side (Northern Blvd. intersects)
450. Miars House C/B 1941 2024 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; two south bays sheltered by shed-roofed porch with foliated metal supports; gabled third bay features paired six-over-six sash windows and lunette attic vent; small window in north bay has eight-over-eight sash; large exterior-front chimney rises through junction of main roof and front porch roof; interior chimney; property purchased in 1929 by William T. Miars, Hyman Supply Co. salesman, and wife, Elizabeth.
451. House/garage C/OB 1930 2034 Monroe St.
Two-story frame garage/apartment with weatherboard siding; clipped-gable roof with exposed beams; four bays wide and three bays deep; lower portion of house contains two-car garage and storage room; exterior stairs rise along facade to attached, clipped-gable screened porch across left front bay; paired and triple windows contain six-over-one sash; south-side, exterior-end chimney; house set on large lot which extends from Monroe to Jackson St.; house set back from road in middle of lot.
452. Harmon House C/B 1930 2044 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; brick veneer and synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; left front bay forms gabled porch with foliated metal supports, paired windows, and diamond-shaped attic vent; bracketed shed roof surmounts central entrance; north front bay contains triple window with four vertical panes in upper sash and single pane in lower sash; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1928 by John F. Harmon, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad employee, and wife, Aleine.
452A. Carport
N/OB c. 1990
One-story frame open carport with synthetic siding; gable-front roof supported by braced posts; accommodation for two cars.
453. Spencer House C/B 1941 2048 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance door with six lights in upper panel sheltered by gabled portico sheathed with scalloped shingles; portico supported by square posts; flanking six-over-six sash windows; property purchased in 1944 by Albert T. Spencer.
454. Riggs House C/B 1941 2052 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; second bay forms gable-front projection with paired one-over-one sash windows and lunette attic window; entrance in third bay sheltered by shed roof supported by decorative bracket; paired one-over-one sash windows in north front bay; small one-over-one sash window in south front bay; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by E. W. Riggs for rental income.
454A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; paired plywood doors occupy south portion of facade.
455. Swink House C/B 1942 2056 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; central door with gabled portico with arched roof supported by square posts; flanking one-over-one sash windows; north-side, gabled addition with small one-over-one sash window; wooden deck attached to northwest corner of house; property purchased in 1942 by Glen W. Swink, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Elaine.
455A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; wide, overhead door has four panes in upper panel.
2100 block Monroe Street, west side (Central Blvd. intersects)
456. Hill, William Rental House C/B 1938 2112 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance has gable-roofed portico supported by square posts; flanking six-over-six sash windows; interior chimney property purchased in 1944 by William H. Hill for rental income.
457. House
C/B 1942 2116 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central door sheltered by gabled portico with arched roof and supported by metal stanchions; flanking six-over-six sash windows; rear shed-roofed addition; interior chimney.
458. Lacy House
C/B 1943 2120 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; brick aprons beneath front windows; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door protected by gabled hood supported by triangular brackets; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; north-side porch with foliated metal supports; rear gabled ell; north-side, exterior-end chimney behind porch; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Leo V. Lacy, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad stenographer, and wife, Katie.
458A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; overhead door has four panes in upper level.
459. Potter House C/B 1941 2124 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; center, six-panel door sheltered by gabled portico with square posts and balustrades and louvered peak; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; rear gabled addition; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by George W. Potter, timekeeper, and wife, Janie.
460. Pierce, John, House C/B 1940 2128 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; paired two-over-two sash windows flank a single six-over-six sash window; engaged porch at northeast corner of facade features paired posts supporting small front gable; entrance in south flanking wall; small circular window in east wall; rear shed-roofed wing incorporates sun porch; interior chimney; property purchased in 1946 by John T. Pierce, foreman, and wife, Arline.
460A. Shed
C/OB c. 1946
One-story frame shed with vertical siding; low-pitched gable-front roof; entrance in north portion of facade.
461. Howard House C/B 1941 2132 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; paired, one-over-one sash windows in southern two bays; northern two bays form gable-front projection with engaged entrance porch supported by truss-like stanchion; small attic vent in gable; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Robert B. Howard, timekeeper, and wife, Marie.
461A. Garage/apartment N/OB 1959
Two-story concrete block at first level and asbestos siding above; gable-front roof; two bays wide with original sliding garage door in south lower portion of facade and glazed upper-panel door at north; second story contains single, two-over-two horizontal-pane window in south bay and fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash in north bay.
462. Beasley House C/B 1941 2136 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; center door with gabled hood supported by triangular brackets; flanking one-over-one sash windows; engaged porch in northeast corner of house has square corner, French door in south flanking wall, and small sash window in east wall; rear, shed-roofed screened porch; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Edward O. Beasley, foreman, and wife, Louis.
462A. Shed
C/OB c. 1950
Frame shed with vertical siding; low-pitched, side-gable roof; flush door centered on facade.
463. Jones, Ernest, House C/B 1940 2140 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; first and third bays contain modern one-over-one sash windows flanking entrance sheltered by gabled hood supported by triangular brackets; exterior-front chimney with single, stepped shoulder rises to north of entrance; north front bay contains paired, one-over-one sash window; property purchased in 1941 by Ernest P. Jones, and wife, Ruth, for rental income.
464. Lewis, Mary, House C/B 1941 2144 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; modern one-over-one sash windows; gable-front porch with scrolled metal supports extends across middle two bays, including entrance; rectangular attic vents in gables; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Mary H. Lewis, widow of Lloyd Lewis.
465. Stevenson House C/B
1940 2148 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled portico with scrolled metal supports; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by William B. Stevenson, special officer, and wife, Elizabeth Page.
465A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; wide overhead door centered on facade.
1900 block Monroe Street, east side
466. Rivenbark Rental House (1) C/B 1941 1903 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door sheltered by shed-roof with triangular supports; flanking, modern, one-over-one sash windows; interior chimney; rear shed-roofed addition; property purchased by Edward W. Rivenbark, and wife, Alma, for rental income.
467. Merritt House C/B 1941 1907 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central door sheltered by shed-roof supported by scrolled metal work; flanking, modern, one-over-one sash windows; interior chimney; rear shed-roofed addition; property purchased in 1941 by Paul Merritt for rental income.
468. Croom, Albert, House C/B 1941 1911 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central door sheltered by shed roof supported by square posts; flanking six-over-six sash windows; rear shed-roofed addition; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Albert B. Croom, NC Shipbuilding Co. crane operator, and wife, Louise.
469. Rivenbark Rental House (2) N/B 1941 1915 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; shed-roofed sun porch across front elevation contains tripartite horizontal panes; modern one-over-one sash windows on side elevations; interior chimney; rear shed-roofed addition; property non-contributing due to enclosed porch; property purchased in 1946 by Edward W. Rivenbark, and wife, Alma, for rental income.
470. Estes House C/B 1941 1919 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; front entrance and flanking, paired six-over-six sash windows sheltered by aluminum awnings; south bay has small six-over-six sash window with aluminum awning; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Charles B. Estes, Standard Oil Co. service engineer, and wife, Rosalyn.
470A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame two-car garage, hipped roof; hidden behind privacy fence.
471. Hewlett, L. R., House C/B 1941 1923 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; front gable surmounts middle two bays; door with six upper lights flanked by paired six-over-six sash windows; small six-over-six sash window in south front bay; property purchased in 1942 by L. R. Hewlett, and wife, Virginia, for rental income.
471A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof.
472. Stokley House C/B 1941 1925 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding with brick veneer in front gable; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; front gable extends above entrance bay and portions of flanking bays with paired six-over-six sash windows; six-light, upper-panel door occupies second bay and is sheltered by small gabled portico supported by scrolled metal work; small six-over-six sash window in south front bay; property purchased in 1942 by Charles Stokley, and wife, Dorothy.
472A. Garage/apartment C/OB 1948
Two-story frame garage/apartment with asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; lower level contains six-over-six sash window in north bay; floor-length sliding-glass window in center bay, and an open carport in south bay; three six-over-six sash windows at second level.
473. Maultsby House C/B 1941 1931 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance sheltered by small gabled portico with scrolled metal supports; flanking six-over-six sash windows with molded hoods; interior chimney; property purchased in 1942 by Samuel Maultsby, NC Shipbuilding Co. welder, and wife, Doris.
473A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage with low-pitched gable-front roof; entrance extends across entire facade.
474. Mills House C/B 1945 1935 Monroe St.
One-and-one-half-story brick Period Cottage; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; two gabled dormers, each with a six-over-six sash window; three bays wide and two bays deep; projecting, central bay vestibule incorporates asymmetrical gable, arched door, and basket weave brickwork in gable; flanking, eight-over-eight sash windows; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Lawrence J. Mills, NC Shipbuilding Co. crane operator, and wife, Leslie.
474A. Garage
C/OB c. 1945
One-story frame garage with vertical siding; gable-front roof; metal overhead door; shed-roofed addition on north side forms shed and recessed porch.
475. Ruark, Charles, House C/B 1941 1939 Monroe St.
One-and-one-half-story minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; gabled dormer with six-over-six sash window; three bays wide and three bays deep; projecting left north front bay has paired six-over-six sash windows surmounted by gable; engaged porch supported by Tuscan columns across remaining two bays, including a six-panel door and an eight-over-eight sash window; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Charles M. Ruark, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad electrician, and wife, Ruth.
475A. Garage
C/OB c. 1941
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; overhead door contains four panes in upper panel; flat-roofed shed attached to south side of building.
2000 block Monroe Street, east side (Northern Blvd. intersects)
476. Horrell House C/B 1939 2013 Monroe St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; projecting north front bay surmounted by secondary gable; wraparound porch has paired and tripled posts on brick piers and transverse gable roof; paired, modern one-over-one sash windows; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1942 by R. Sydney Horrell, steward, and wife, Sarah.
477. Parker, Boyd, House C/B 1939 2019 Monroe St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof with exposed beams and rafters; two bays wide and four bays deep; engaged front porch with north bay recently enclosed; central entrance flanked on north by eight-over-eight sash window; remaining side elevation windows, arranged single and in pairs with six-over-six sash; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Boyd Parker, merchandise broker, and wife, Lula.
477A. Garage
C/OB c. 1939
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; twin sliding doors in front elevation.
478. Fountain, Millerd, House C/B 1940 2029 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; T-shaped plan with gabled roofs; four bays wide and four bays deep; entrance in second bay has door with three stepped lights; projecting, gable-front third bay has paired windows at first level and single window at second level; fenestration consists of four vertical lights above a single pane; south front bay originally a shed-roofed porch, now enclosed with vertical siding with small one-over-one sash window in front wall and secondary entrance in south wall; exterior stairs lead up along south elevation to attic door; interior chimney; property purchased in 1938 by Millerd J. Fountain, Gulf Oil Corp. salesman, and wife, Dorothy.
478A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with vertical siding; gable-front roof; twin overhead doors with four lights in upper panels; rectangular vent centered in gable.
479. Gore, Donald, House C/B 1954 2033-35 Monroe St.
One-story frame ranch duplex house; weatherboarding at north and south ends and in side and rear elevations; board-and-batten siding above brick skirt walls across remainder of front; hipped roof; six bays wide and three bays deep; fixed-pane windows flanked by double-hung sash in first and fifth front bays; paired two-over-two horizontal-pane sash windows in middle two bays; stepped-light doors open onto brick stoops; property purchased in 1953 by Donald E. Gore, Foster-Hill Co. realtor, and wife, Nan, who resided in south unit.
480. Stovall House C/B 1940 2041 Monroe St.
Two-story frame house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; one-story, hipped-roof porch across center and south bays supported by scrolled metal work; bay window centered on lower facade flanked by six-over-six sash windows and door; second story contains single, paired, and triple windows; property purchased in 1939 by George B. Stovall, Becker Coal and Builders Supply Co. assistant manager, and wife, Helen.
481. Hudson House C/B 1940 2045 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; north front bay forms entrance porch with flat roof supported by scrolled metal work; projecting second and third bays contain six-over-six sash windows surmounted by gable; south front bay has eight-over-eight sash window; property purchased in 1937 by Charles B. Hudson, Wilmington Beverage Co. salesman, and wife, Dorothy.
481A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; four-part sliding doors with angled braces in lower panels; rectangular vent in gable.
482. Bolton House C/B 1938 2049 Monroe St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; projecting gable-front screened porch across north and center bays supported by tapered posts on brick piers; center door with six upper lights flanked by paired, six-over-six sash windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1938 by Charles B. Bolton, mechanical engineer, and wife, Louise.
482A. Garage
C/OB c. 1955
One-story, concrete block garage; gable-front roof.
483. Spencer House C/B 1942 2053 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance flanked by eight-over-eight sash windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney; circular attic vent in gable of south projecting bay; property purchased in 1939 by Albert T. Spencer, Green’s Drug Store, clerk, and wife, Doris.
483A. Converted Garage N/OB c. 1942
One-story frame (former) garage with asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof; garage doors have been removed and openings enclosed; building currently functions as a workshop or cottage.
2100 block Monroe Street, east side (Central Blvd. intersects)
484. Birmingham House C/B 1942 2113 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central six-panel door sheltered by shed roof portico with metal supports; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; north-side wing with multi-light picture window; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by John C. Birmingham, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Sallie.
485. Farrell House C/B 1942 2117 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; five bays wide and four bays deep; front gable surmounts middle three bays; entrance sheltered by small gabled portico with foliated metal supports; six-over-six sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Mrs. Evelyn L. Farrell.
485A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; multi-panel, overhead door in north portion of facade; multi-light door in south front bay.
486. Clontz House C/B 1942 2121 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled portico with scrolled metal supports; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; north elevation incorporates telescoping wings containing one-bay ell and one-car garage; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Robert L. Clontz, Swift & Co. foreman, and wife, Maxine.
487. Turner House C/B 1942 2125 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; engaged, screened porch and small sash window occupies north corner bay; entrance sheltered by gabled portico with scrolled metal supports; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by William O. Turner, assistant foreman, and wife, Alma.
487A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; low-pitched, gable-front roof; double-leaf doors across front elevation.
488. Hyatt House C/B 1941 2129 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled portico with scrolled metal supports and arched ceiling; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; interior chimney; north-side, attached garage with overhead metal door; property purchased in 1941 by Donald M. Hyatt, foreman, and wife, Julia.
489. Patterson House C/B 1942 2133 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled portico with decorative metal supports; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; north-side, screened porch; gabled, rear ell attached to southeast corner of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Cecil D. Patterson, Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. employee, and wife, Vida.
490. Dula House
C/B 1942 2137 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; roof projects slightly over front entrance and flanking bays; entrance opens onto brick stoop beneath bracketed, gabled hood; adjacent eight-over-eight sash windows; north bay contains six-over-six sash window; shed-roofed addition across rear of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Edward W. Dula, City Optical Co. optician, and wife, Sara.
490A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors offset to north of facade.
491. Livesay House C/B 1940 2141 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; central six-panel door sheltered by gabled portico with square posts and arched ceiling; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; north-side, gabled ell with six-over-six sash window; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Hudson Ray Livesay, NC Shipbuilding Co. clerk, and wife, Helen.
491A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with gable-front roof; open access across front of structure.
492. Price House
C/B 1942 2145 Monroe St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; north bay forms engaged porch with square post and small sash window; central door sheltered by shed roof portico with square posts; nine panes in upper panel of door; flanking, modern one-over-one sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Mark E. Price, quarterman, and wife, Hattie.
1900 block Jefferson Street, west side
493. Waggett House C/B 1942 1908 Jefferson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; six-over-six sash windows; central entrance bay sheltered by gabled portico supported by scroll metal work; north-side, attached screened porch; property purchased in 1950 by J. M. Waggett, and wife, Charlotte.
494. Copeland House C/B 1942 1912 Jefferson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; gabled dormer; three bays wide and three bays deep; south and center front bays sheltered by cat slide porch roof supported by square posts; projecting right bay has gable-front roof with small, six-pane window in gable; paired six-over-six sash windows; south-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Elmer E. Copeland, foreman, and wife, Edna.
494A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; twin openings in facade.
495. Davis, C. Kenneth, House C/B 1942 1916 Jefferson St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; south front bay forms corner porch with square post on brick pier and paired sash containing four vertical lights above single pane; similar, single window occupies north front bay; central projecting bay features gable with triangular brackets and arched roof sheltering door with four vertical lights in upper panel; exterior-front chimney rises to right of entrance bay; rear addition; property purchased in 1941 by C. Kenneth Davis, Shipyard bookkeeper, and wife, Evelyn.
496. Johnson, N. C., House C/B 1942 1920 Jefferson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center and north front bays incorporated in gable with rectangular attic vent; south and center bays have paired, modern, one-over-one sash windows; entrance in north front bay opens onto attached, side-gable, wraparound porch with square posts and picket balustrades; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1942 by N. C. Johnson, and wife, Doris for rental income.
497. Mincy House C/B 1932 1928 Jefferson St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof with triangular brackets; central, shed-roofed, attic dormer with two louvered vents; three bays wide and six bays deep; attached full-width front porch supported by Tuscan columns and enclosed by turned-picket balustrades; central entrance features three-part transom and paneled sidelights; flanking, paired, two-over-two sash windows; rear, shed-roofed addition; interior chimney; property purchased in 1934 by Alva L. Mincy, Pines Service Station operator, and wife, Jane.
497A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; wide, overhead door with eight lights in upper panel; rectangular peak vent.
2000 block Jefferson Street, west side (Northern Blvd. intersects)
498. Stewart, Andrew, House C/B 1941 2016 Jefferson St.
Two-story brick house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; former garage door in south lower bay now contains small six-over-six sash window; central entrance sheltered by double-story gabled porch with brick piers at first level and metal work above; north lower bay contains modern multi-light door in area formerly second garage; eight-over-eight sash windows at upper level; French door opens onto gallery; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Andrew A. Stewart, U. S. Coast Guard, and wife, Etta.
499. Mattocks House C/B 1939 2020 Jefferson St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; gable-front roofs over main block and projecting front porch supported by triangular brackets; three bays wide and six bays deep; attached front porch supported by square posts, clustered at corners, balustrades, and square peak vent; central entrance flanked by paired windows containing four vertical lights above a single pane; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1939 by Micajah F. Maddocks.
499A. Garage
C/OB c. 1939
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; paneled, overhead door centered on facade.
500. Watts, B. C. House C/B 1930 2024 Jefferson St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; hipped roof over main block; projecting, gable-front, screened porch across front elevation with clustered, tapered posts on brick piers, simple balustrades, exposed beams, and triangular peak vent; three bays wide and five bays deep; six-over-one sash windows flank central door; interior chimney; property purchased in 1934 by B. C. Watts, Cape Fear Terminal Co. helper, and wife, Annie.
500A. Garage
C/OB c. 1930
One-story frame garage sheathed with corrugated metal; side-gable roof.
501. McIntosh House C/B 1920 2032 Jefferson St.
Two-story frame Craftsman-style house; asbestos shingle siding; low-pitched, gable-front roofs over main block and one-story front porch highlighted by triangular brackets and exposed rafters; three bays wide and four bays deep; modern one-over-one sash windows at first level and second level; projecting front porch has square posts on brick piers, turned balustrades, and half-timber pattern in gable; north-side, exterior-end chimney; twin attic vents framing center panel in main gable; property purchased in 1920 by J. W. McIntosh.
502. Seigler House C/B 1943 2036 Jefferson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; central entrance sheltered by shed roof supported by triangular brackets; flanking, modern one-over-one sash windows; rear ell addition; interior chimney; property purchased in 1945 by Charles F. Seigler, New Hanover High School teacher, and wife, Iva.
502A. Shed
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame shed with vertical siding; front shed has corrugated metal roof and flush door; rear shed covered with low-pitched front gable and features two one-over-one sash windows.
503. Hinton House C/B 1932 2040 Jefferson St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof over main block and projecting front porch; exposed beams; three bays wide and three bays deep; center entrance and north front bay sheltered by porch supported by tapered, sheathed posts on brick piers; tripartite windows in the north and south front bays have six-over-one center sash and four-over-one flanking sash; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1932 by Joseph H. Hinton, Co-operative Building & Loan Association, and Fidelity Trust & Development Co. president for rental income.
504. House
N/B 1958 2044 Jefferson St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; hipped roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; second front bay projects slightly from facade and incorporates small entrance porch across third bay; fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash in north bay; remaining fenestration consists of modern one-over-one sash; interior chimney; small cupola crowns roof ridge.
505. Meier House C/B 1939 2048 Jefferson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; south front bay contains arched, recessed entrance and brick stoop flanked on right by exterior-front chimney; six-over-six sash window in second bay; multi-light picture window in third bay; small, paired, six-over-six sash windows in north bay; recessed porch in north elevation; interior chimney; property purchased in 1939 by Albert S. Meier, proprietor of Hoggard-Meier Co., and wife, Elizabeth.
505A. Garage Apartment C/OB c. 1939
Two-story frame garage/apartment with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; two bays wide; lower level has twin, double-leaf doors; second story contains two, six-over-six sash windows.
506. Loy House
C/B 1955 2052 Jefferson St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gable-front roof; two bays wide and four bays deep; front elevation has engaged porch at southeast corner of house and entrance in side wall; north front bay features paired corner windows containing two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; shed-roofed porch attached to southwest corner of main block; property purchased in 1955 by Samuel S. Loy, Imperial Life Insurance Co. staff manager, and wife, Vallie.
506A. Garage
C/OB c. 1955
One-story frame garage with vertical siding; gable-front roof; south bay contains overhead door with four lights in upper panel; single access door in north front bay.
507. McDowell House C/B 1956 2056 Jefferson St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; south front bay contains small one-over-one sash window; tripartite picture window flanks entrance on south; property purchased in 1958 by Glenwood E. McDowell, Wilmington Linen Service supervisor, and wife, Myrtise.
508. Pate House
C/B 1955 2060 Jefferson St.
One-story frame ranch house; vertical siding; low-pitched, side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; two south front windows contain two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; entrance in third bay opens onto small shed-roofed porch with chamfered posts; north front bay features tripartite window containing multi-light center section and four-over-four flanking sash; south-side, attached carport; property purchased in 1955 by Edward H. Pate, Queensboro Steel Co. driver, and wife, Eula.
2100 block Jefferson Street, west side (Central Blvd. intersects)
509. Whisnant House C/B 1940 2114 Jefferson St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; brick veneer at first level and stained shingles in cross gables; projecting gable-front south bay faced with brick veneer; two bays wide and three bays deep; paired, modern one-over-one sash windows in south front bay; engaged porch in northeast corner of house supported by tapered post on brick pier; front door has four, tall, vertical panes in upper panel; house set back on site; property purchased in 1946 by Eugene W. Whisnant, Currin Wholesale Produce Co. salesman, and wife, Annie.
509A. Shed
C/B c. 1945
One-story frame shed with corrugated metal walls and gable-front roof; metal door in north elevation.
510. Jones, Eugene, House C/B 1956 2118 Jefferson St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with hipped roofs; three bays wide and four bays deep; single and paired wraparound windows in southeast corner of house with two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; similar window occupies north front bay; recessed entrance opens onto brick stoop; shoulderless, exterior-front chimney; property purchased in 1960 by Eugene Jones, Cape Fear Motor Sales Co. service manager, and wife, Mildred.
511. Saleeby House C/B 1940 2122 Jefferson St.
One-story frame bungalow house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; off-center door flanked by paired six-over-six sash windows; entrance sheltered by gabled portico with metal supports; raised brick patio across southern half of facade; property purchased in 1943 by Nicholas Saleeby, proprietor of Nick’s Market, and wife, Hazel.
512. Bradshaw, Percy, House N/B 1962 2126 Jefferson St.
One-story brick ranch house; hipped roof with wide overhangs; three bays wide and four bays deep; central entrance porch sheltered by shed roof supported by square posts; flanking, paired, two-over-two horizontal-pane sash windows; secondary entrance in south elevation has entrance porch duplicating front porch; property purchased in 1960 by Percy J. Bradshaw.
512A. Garage
N/OB c. 1962
One-story frame garage with gable-front roof; paired, overhead doors contain four lights in upper panels.
513. Peeler House C/B 1951 2130 Jefferson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; four bays wide and two bays deep; eight-over-eight sash windows in front elevation; six-over-six sash windows on side and rear elevations; entrance in second bay sheltered by gabled portico supported by square posts; interior chimney; property purchased in 1951 by John R. Peeler, Babcock & Wilcox Co. welder, and wife, Easter.
514. Jenkins House C/B 1957 2134 Jefferson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; four bays wide and two bays deep; windows contain two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; entrance in second bay has door with six panes in upper panel; gabled portico supported by square posts; interior chimney; property purchased in 1957 by Jesse J. Jenkins, G. R. Kinney Corp. manager, and wife, Marie.
514A. Garage
C/OB c. 1957
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; doors removed from wide front entrance.
515. Davis, William, House C/B 1951 2138 Jefferson St.
One-story frame ranch house; asbestos shingle siding; hipped roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; front entrance in south bay has six-panel door opening onto brick stoop; center bay forms gable-front projection containing paired two-over-two horizontal-pane sash windows; similar paired windows in north bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1951 by William H. Davis, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad employee, and wife, Linda.
516. Savage House C/B
1954 2142 Jefferson St.
One-story frame ranch house; asbestos shingle siding; hipped roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; two south front bays sheltered by gabled porch with square posts and balustrades; single-pane picture window occupies south bay; entrance and small one-over-one sash window in successive bays; paired two-over-two horizontal-pane sash windows in north front bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1954 by Alva L. Savage, Babcock & Wilcox Co. fitter, and wife, Mildred.
516A. Garage
C/OB c. 1954
One-story frame garage; stucco with weatherboard siding in gables; gable-front roof; overhead door in south front bay; six-panel access door in north front bay.
517. Cherry House C/B 1957 2146 Jefferson St.
One-story frame ranch house; vertical siding around front portion of house and asbestos shingle siding covering remaining walls; four bays wide and two bays deep; entrance in third bay; fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash in north front bay; remaining windows are two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; property purchased in 1946 by Delmus R. Cherry, Babcock & Wilcox Co. technician, and wife, Louise.
517A. Garage
C/OB c. 1957
One-story frame garage with vertical board siding; shed roof; double-leaf doors.
1900 block Jefferson Street, east side
518. Allgood House (2) N/B 1962 1903 Jefferson St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; windows contain two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; entrance opens onto concrete block stoop; property purchased in 1961 by Theodore C. Allgood, and wife, Lorena.
519. Slack House C/B 1938 1907 Jefferson St.
One-and-one-half-story frame Cape Cod house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; two gabled dormers; five bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance bay features high brick stoop, six-panel door and transom; flanking six-over-six sash windows; property purchased in 1941 by Herbert W. Slack, Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. agent, and wife, Louise.
519A. Garage
C/OB c. 1938
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors centered on facade.
520. Quinn House C/B 1948 1911 Jefferson St.
One-and-one-half-story frame Tudor Revival-influenced house; rough-faced stucco at first level, synthetic siding above; cross-gable roofs; five bays wide and four bays deep; one-over-one sash windows; central entrance bay features projecting gable with low-sweeping roof line on left of door; wide, enclosed patio across center and two south front bays; south-side, attached carport and balcony; one-story transverse rear ell attached to northeast corner of house; property purchased in 1939 by George A. Quinn.
521. Parker, Frederick, House C/B 1937 1915 Jefferson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; north and center front bays incorporated in secondary gable bisected by tall, stepped-shoulder, exterior chimney; south bay forms engaged, enclosed porch; six-over-six sash windows, arranged singly and in pairs; side-gable, rear wing; interior chimney; property purchased in 1940 by Frederick H. Parker, Sunset Park School janitor, and wife, Mary.
522. Bruce House C/B 1939 1919 Jefferson St.
One-and-one-half-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; high, steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; north front bay forms secondary gable with paired six-over-six sash windows and triangular peak vent; porch with cat slide roof and metal supports spans southern half of facade and shelters entrance and flanking six-over-six sash window; shed-roofed rear ell; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1939 by Frank Bruce, and wife, Elizabeth.
523. Rhodes House C/B 1943 1923 Jefferson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance with two-light upper-panel door sheltered by shed-roofed portico supported by clustered posts bound by horizontal ties; flanking eight-over-eight sash windows; south front bay rises into small gable with square attic vent; south-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1939 by William K. Rhodes, Jr., lawyer.
523A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors with criss-cross lower panels.
2000 block Jefferson Street, east side (Northern Blvd. intersects)
524. Craig House C/B 1935 2021 Jefferson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and four bays deep; central front door framed behind arched opening in gabled projection; north front bay sheltered by flat-roofed porch with scrolled metal supports; front windows contain paired sash with four vertical lights above a single pane; lunette attic vents in gables; north-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1938 by Jack R. Craig, machine operator, and wife, Elizabeth.
525. Pittman House C/B 1940 2027 Jefferson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; north portion of facade surmounted by gable containing small attic vent; north front bay contains tripartite window with four vertical lights above single pane in center unit, and two-over-one flanking sash; four-over-one sash window in south bay; door in middle bay has three-light upper-panel and gabled entrance portico with scrolled metal supports; rear shed-roofed ell connects later addition; property purchased in 1925 by Victory Homes for rental use; residence of Frank B. Pittman, E. S. Saleeby Produce Co. salesman, and wife, Lena.
525A. Shed
C/OB c. 1950
One-story frame shed with synthetic siding; flat roof; five-panel door in north portion of facade.
525B. House
C/B 1917 2029 Jefferson St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; T-shaped plan with gabled roofs and triangular brackets; three bays wide and four bays deep; projecting gabled sun porch has modern, triple one-over-one sash windows flanking central entrance; windows in side elevations contain nine lights above single pane, and multi-light casements; south-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney.
525C. Garage/apartment N/OB 1935
Two-story frame garage/apartment with weatherboard siding; lower level altered by substitution of single access door in center of facade; upper story has two windows of unequal size.
526. McLean House C/B 1927 2033 Jefferson St.

One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof with exposed rafters, triangular brackets, and decorative peak ornamentation; central hipped roof attic dormer; three bays wide and four bays deep; attached front porch features clustered square posts and plain balustrades; central entrance framed by three-part transom and sidelights; flanking tripartite windows contain one-over-one sash; one- by two-bay side-gable wings on north and south elevations have similar roof detailing; property purchased in 1927 by James D. McLean, Tidewater Power Co. electrical engineer, and wife, Marian.

527. House
N/B 1959 2041 Jefferson St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; north front bay has small, six-over-six sash window; off-center door flanked on north by paired six-over-six sash window and on south by exterior, smooth-shouldered chimney; single six-over-six sash window in north front bay; secondary entrance in north elevation.
527A. Shed
N/OB c. 1959
One-story frame shed with vertical siding; side-gable roof; south-side screened porch.
527B. Garage
N/OB c. 1959
One-story frame garage with shingle shake siding; gable-front roof; overhead door with four panes in upper panel; access door north side of facade.
2100 block Jefferson Street, east side (Central Blvd. intersects)
528. Alderman House C/B 1951 2111 Jefferson St.
One-story concrete block ranch house; vertical siding in gable ends; three bays wide and three bays deep; shed-roofed front porch attached to north side of facade; porch supported by square posts and enclosed with modern balustrades; tripartite window in north bay with two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; single window in south bay; central doors has three stepped panes in upper panel; interior chimney; property purchased in 1950 by Allison M. Alderman, and wife, Mary.
529. Brothers House C/B 1949 2115 Jefferson St.
One-story frame ranch house with asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; north front bay contains tripartite window with multi-light center panel and four-over-four flanking sash; center entrance has six-panel door; close-set windows in two south front bays contain six-over-six sash; modern shed-roof and awning shade south and center front bays; property purchased in 1950 by Mrs. Bertha S. Brothers, Avon Products saleswoman.
530. Futch House C/B 1957 2119 Jefferson St.
One-story brick ranch house; gable-front roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; off-center door with flat-roofed portico with metal supports flanked by two-over-two horizontal-
pane sash windows; triangular peak vent in front gable; property purchased in 1954 by John R. Futch, Raney Chevrolet salesman, and wife, Elizabeth.
531. Bradshaw Rental House C/B 1953 2123 Jefferson St.
One-story frame bungalow house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof with exposed rafters; three bays wide and two bays deep; north and center front bays sheltered by gabled porch supported by scrolled metal work; north bay contains fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash; six-panel center door; two-over-two horizontal-pane sash window in south front bay; rear screened porch; property purchased in 1954 by Percy and Edith Bradshaw for rental income.
532. House
N/B 1943 2131 Jefferson St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; five bays wide and two bays deep; small front windows contain one-over-one sash; entrance and paired south-bay windows incorporated in shed-roofed projection; original six-over-six sash windows survive in south-side elevation; non-contributing due to unsympathetic addition attached to front of house.
533. House
N/B 1998 2135 Jefferson St.
One-story frame house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; off-center door flanked by six-over-six sash windows; south-side, secondary entrance.
1900 block Adams Street, west side
534. Sunset Park Playground C/Si c. 1950 SW cor. Sunset Ave. &
Adams St.
Approximately one-half acre lot set aside for a playground and managed by the City of Wilmington. New playground equipment includes swing set, sliding board, and climbing equipment. Lot shaded with mature live oak trees.
535. House
C/B 1953 1960 Adams St.
One-story frame ranch house; weatherboard siding; hipped roof with overhanging eaves; enclosed front porch with large single pane windows dominates facade; corner porch with entrance in south flanking wall of enclosed porch.
2000 block Adams Street, west side (Northern Blvd. intersects)
536. Batson House N/B 1958 2016 Adams St.
One-story frame ranch house; asbestos shingle siding; hipped roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; paired windows contain two-over-two horizontal sash; two north front bays sheltered by hipped roof porch with scrolled metal corner supports and metal balustrades; two horizontal panes in upper panel of front door; elongated windows in south front bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1955 by Christina Batson.
536A. (former) garage N/OB c. 1958
One-story frame shed with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; former garage access altered to contain paired, six-over-six windows and an access door.
537. Teague House C/B 1954 2020 Adams St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; three bays wide and two bays deep; side-gable roof with overhanging eaves; engaged front porch across north front bay has scrolled metal supports and balustrades and shelters fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash and adjacent side-wall entrance; replacement six-over-six sash in remaining windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1951 by Martin L. Teague, Brake & Electric Co. employee, and wife, Elise.
538. Gosnell House N/B 1959 2024 Adams St.
One-story brick ranch house; synthetic siding in gable ends; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; aluminum-frame windows; A fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash occupies north front bay adjacent to entrance; remaining fenestration contain replacement one-over-one sash; north-side, screened porch; interior chimney; property purchased in 1953 by Charles E. Gosnell, Taylor-Colquitt Co. foreman, and wife, Mildred.
539. Messick House C/B 1913 2032 Adams St.
Two-story frame Colonial Revival-style; weatherboard siding; hipped roof; two bays wide and three bays deep; one-story hip-roofed front porch, raised up on piers with lattice infill, has square posts and simple balustrades; entrance in north front bay features tripartite transom and paneled sidelights; bay window in south portion of facade has multi-light picture window flanked by two-over-two sash; remaining fenestration consists of one-over-one sash; asymmetrical pediment containing louvered vent occupies upper north portion of facade; property purchased in 1913 by Susie G. Messick for rental income.
540. King House
C/B 1927 2036 Adams St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; gable-front roof with triangular brackets; three bays wide and three bays deep; gable-front porch across center and north bays supported by painted brick posts and enclosed by decorative balustrades; six lights in upper panel of central door; patterned-glass transom; single window south of door and tripartite window north of door have similar patterned glass in upper sash; paired vents centered in porch gable beneath peak bracket; interior chimney; property purchased in 1927 by Frank King, traveling salesman, and wife, Lillie.
541. House
N/B 1942 2040 Adams St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; modern enclosed sun porch across front contains center door flanked by paired, one-over-one sash windows; property non-contributing due to non-historic alterations.
542. Clark House C/B 1945 2044 Adams St.
One-story frame minimal traditional; synthetic shingle sidings; side-gable roof; central door with six lights in upper panel; entrance sheltered by portico with square posts, simple railings, and vertical siding in gable; entrance flanked by paired six-over-six sash windows; enclosed porch with secondary entrance attached to southeast corner of house; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1947 by Norwood G. Clark, grocer, and wife, Nancy.
542A. Garage
C/OB c. 1945
One-story frame garage with synthetic shingle siding; gable-front roof.
543. Young Rental House C/B 1945 2048 Adams St.
One-story frame duplex, set at right angle to street; asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof; two bays wide and ten bays deep; wide overhang and wooden deck along north elevation; entrances in south elevation shaded by aluminum awnings; six-over-six sash windows; interior chimney; property purchased in 1946 by O. H. Young, and wife, Lizette, for rental income.
Two vacant lots (owned by Sunset Park Baptist Church)
2100 block Adams Street, west side (Central Blvd. intersects)
544. Farley House C/B 1949 2120 Adams St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; entrance in second bay contains six-light upper-panel door sheltered by gabled portico supported by paired square posts; flanking six-over-six sash windows, paired on south, single on north; small window of similar appearance occupies north front bay; north-side, brick gabled addition with interior chimney; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1949 by J. T. Farley, and wife, Gretchen, for rental income.
545. Methodist Parsonage C/B 1940 2124 Adams St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; central entrance incorporated in shed-roofed projection that extends into gabled north bay which features a six-over-six sash window and a square attic vent; eight-over-eight sash window in south front bay; rear gabled ell; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1948 by Sunset Park Methodist Church trustees for parsonage; residence of the Rev. Charles H. Moore.
545A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors have opposing braces.
546. Spencer House C/B 1952 2128 Adams St.
One-story concrete block Modern-style house; low-pitched shed roofs with vertical siding between top of windows and roof line; L-shaped plan set at right angle to street; three bays wide and seven bays deep; variety of ribbon, sash, and picture windows; wide, exterior chimney bisects projecting front elevation; property purchased in 1951 by Albert T. Spencer, Green’s Drug Store pharmacist, and wife, Doris.
547. Singletary House C/B 1953 2132 Adams St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; small window in south front bay contains two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash in center bay; corner entrance highlighted by three stepped panes in upper panel of door; wide roof eave extends over center and north front bays; projecting rear wing has secondary entrance and similar door opening onto small engaged porch with turned corner post; property purchased in 1951 by William E. Singletary for rental income.
548. McFarlane House C/B 1950 2136 Adams St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; small window in south bay contains one-over-one sash; entrance with gabled portico and scrolled metal supports flanked on south by paired two-over-two horizontal-pane sash and on north by fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash; raised patio extending from portico to south corner of house enclosed by balustrades; triangular vent in gable peak; roof of two rear bays raised slightly above front section of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1950 by George McFarlane for rental income.
549. Hardy House C/B 1942 2140 Adams St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance incorporated in shed-roofed porch projection that extends into gabled left bay; eight-over-eight windows in north and south front bays; square attic vent in front gable, north-side, attached (former) garage; north-side, interior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Lynwood G. Hardy, McMillan & Cameron Co. mechanic, and wife, Inez.
549A. Garage
N/OB c. 1960
One-story frame garage with vertical siding; gable-front roof; paired overhead doors contain four lights in upper panels; louvered vent in gable peak.
Cameron Park playground lot (see end of inventory list)
2000 block Adams Street, east side (Northern Blvd. intersects)
550. Cannon House (1) C/B 1919 2017 Adams St.
Two-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; weatherboard siding; hipped roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; one-story wraparound porch with square fluted posts and Composite capitals; projecting south portion of facade surmounted by pediment containing small, square window; pedimented porch entrance frames door containing elliptical pane; secondary entrance at southeast corner of porch; projecting pedimented bay along south elevation has chamfered wall in lower level; one-over-one sash windows and molded hoods; interior chimney; property purchased in 1919 by William A. Cannon, and wife, Julia.
551. Pusey House C/B 1932 2029 Adams St.
One-and-one-half-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof has triangular brackets and exposed rafters; oversized central, gabled dormer with triangular brackets, exposed rafters, and triple six-over-one windows; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance features six-panel door and paneled sidelights sheltered by broad-eaves, shed-roofed porch supported by Tuscan columns; paired, flanking nine-over-one sash windows; north-side, screened porch surmounted by balustrades; porch provides access to house through French doors; property purchased in 1935 by Mary Cannon Pusey for rental income.
552. Allgood House (1) N/B 1960 2033 Adams St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding and brick veneer below windows of front elevation; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; flat-roofed front porch with metal supports and balustrades shelters central entrance and fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash in south front bay; north bay and remaining fenestration consists of modern one-over-one sash; secondary entrance in south elevation; south-side, attached carport; property purchased in 1957 by Theodore C. Allgood, skillcrafts, and wife, Lorena.
552A. Garage
N/OB c. 1960
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; side-gable roof; wide overhead door.
552B. Shed
N/OB c. 1960
One-story frame garden shed with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof forms shallow porch supported by corner posts; six-panel door centered on facade.
553. McCrimmon House C/B 1942 2041 Adams St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central door sheltered by shed-roofed portico with scrolled metal supports; flanking six-over-six sash windows; shed-roofed addition extends across rear elevation; property purchased in 1939 by Russell E. Lord, Jacobi Hardware Co. shipping clerk, and wife, Jean.
554. Burnett, Lucielle, House C/B 1942 2045 Adams St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; four bays wide and two bays deep; two-bay, gabled wing along north elevation incorporates six-over-six sash window; entrance opens onto flat-roofed porch; projecting, gabled third bay has paired windows; south front bay has single sash; triangular peak vent in main gable; interior chimney; asbestos shingles currently being removed to be replaced with synthetic siding; house moved to this location in 1967 from Oleander Drive; property owned by Lucielle Burnett from 1967 until 2001.
555. Newton, Robert, House C/B 1942 2049 Adams St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; middle two bays surmounted by vented gable; six-panel door in second bay opens onto raised patio across north half of facade; patio enclosed by metal balustrades; flanking, paired, six-over-six sash windows; small sash window occupies south front bay; small side porch at southeast corner of house; property purchased in 1941 by Robert S. Newton, People’s Savings Bank & Trust Co. teller, and wife, Margaret.
556. Cumber, A. Earl, House C/B 1940 2053 Adams St.
One-story frame Period Cottage; synthetic siding; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; raised patio extends across north portion of front elevation; central entrance bay features projecting gable with arched doorway and asymmetrical roof line sweeping down on south side of facade; flanking, exterior-front chimney with tapered stack; modern, paired, one-over-one sash windows in north front bay and single window in south front bay; property purchased in 1939 by A. Earl Cumber, Jr., plumber, and wife, Daisy.
557. Winborne House C/B 1939 2057 Adams St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; projecting central bay forms gable with small attic vent above replacement, paired one-over-one sash windows; north and south front bays contain replacement, single one-over-one sash windows; entrance in south flank of projecting front wing opens onto engaged front porch across south third of facade; rear, shed-roofed wing; property purchased in 1941 by Worth M. Winborne, Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. supervisor, and wife, Emma.
558. Smith, James R., House C/B 1940 2061 Adams St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; north front bay forms projecting gable containing six-over-six sash window; six-panel door in central bay opens onto brick stoop; six-over-six sash windows in two southern front bays; property purchased in 1941 by James R. Smith, Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. salesman, and wife, Dorothy.
2100 block Adams Street, east side (Central Blvd. intersects)
559. Rooks House C/B 1952 2113 Adams St.
One-story frame pyramidal-roof house; synthetic siding; three bays wide and three bays deep; attached, screened porch across north portion of facade, supported by three square posts and enclosed by railings with widely-spaced turned balusters, accessible from south flank; front door flanked on north by fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash and on south by two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; property purchased in 1953 by Leon P. Rooks.
560. Helms House C/B 1942 2121 Adams St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; side-gable roof; synthetic siding; brick veneer on projecting central bay; three bays wide and two bays deep; projecting central gabled bay contains entrance flanked on north by exterior chimney; eight-over-eight sash window in north front bay and six-over-six sash window in south front bay; modern flat-roofed porch across center and north bays extends north to incorporate carport; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by David H. Helms, Standard Oil Co. salesman, and wife, Cora.
560A. Garage
N/OB c. 1970
One-story, cinderblock, gable-front garage; vertical siding in front gable; sliding wood doors in north side of facade.
560B. Shed
C/OB c. 1950
One-story, frame, gable-front garage; exposed rafters; vertical board siding; pedestrian door in north elevation.
561. Avant Rental House N/B 1942 2125 Adams St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; brick veneer below windows; side-gable roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; gabled porch across central entrance bay supported by Tuscan columns on brick piers; flanking six-over-six sash windows; shed-roofed addition across rear of house; property noncontributing due to recent addition of brick veneer and synthetic siding; property purchased in 1946 by Henry A. Avant for rental income.
562. Avant House C/B 1942 2129 Adams St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; eight-over-eight sash windows in north and south front bays; central entrance and south bay incorporated in projecting gable with engaged corner porch supported by square post; small attic vent in gable; interior chimney; north-side, attached garage; property purchased in 1941 by Henry A. Avant, McMillan & Cameron Co. serviceman, and wife, Marguerite.
563. Barnes House C/B 1942 2137 Adams St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; windows have two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; gable-front wall extends above north and center bays; projecting center entrance bay forms secondary gable faced with Permastone and incorporates small attic vent; shed-roofed portico with square posts and high side railings shelters front door; north-side, exterior-end chimney; north-side, shed-roofed, two car attached garage; property purchased in 1947 by Marvin Barnes, Barnes Motor Co. salesman, and wife, Melva.
Vacant Lot
564. Reynolds House N/B 2001 2141 Adams St.
One-story frame house; synthetic shingle siding on facade; vinyl siding on remaining elevations; engaged porch on north side of facade supported by a square post; entrance flanked on north by paired one-over-one sash windows and on south by a single one-over-one sash window.
565. Browning House C/B 1942 2145 Adams St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; four bays wide and four bays deep; modern north-bay addition has flat roof and paired, one-over-one sash windows; windows in second and projecting, gabled south bay area arranged singly; central entrance sheltered by gabled portico with decorative metal supports; exterior-front chimney with asymmetrical shoulders flanks north side of door; rear shed-roofed addition; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by John L. Browning, salesman, and wife, Virginia.
566. Odum House C/B 1956 2149 Adams St.
One-story brick ranch house; hipped roof with overhanging eaves; four bays wide and two bays deep; north front bay contains fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash set close to entrance; southern two bays have multi-pane windows; property purchased in 1955 by James A. Odum, and wife, Lillian.
567. Murray House N/B 1960 2153 Adams St.
2000 block Washington Street, west side
568. Cannon House (2) C/B 1926 2018 Washington St.
Two-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; weatherboard siding; hipped roof; two bays wide and four bays deep; one-over-one sash windows; one-story, wraparound porch supported by fluted Composite columns; center bay of porch highlighted by pediment; south front bay projects slightly and contains multi-light door and flanking window in lower level, single sash window in second level, and pedimented gable with patterned shingles surrounding small, two-pane attic window; similar pediments crown two-story bay in north elevation and two middle bays on south elevation; interior chimney; property purchased in 1928 by William A. Cannon, Cannon Service Station proprietor, and wife, Janie.
569. McNeal-Applewhite House C/B c. 1917 2022 Washington St.
Two-story frame Colonial Revival-style house; weatherboard siding; hipped roof; hipped-roof attic dormer with paired casements with patterned muntins; two bays wide and three bays deep; attached front porch features paired posts with lattice infill and balustrades with close-set pickets; south lower bay has tripartite window; north lower bay contains transomed entrance flanked by small window; one-over-one sash windows; two interior chimneys; built as investment property for George McNeal, president of Garysburg Manufacturing Co.; purchased in 1925 by William Parnell Applewhite, merchandise broker, and wife, Mary; remained in family fifty-six years.
570. Davis, Sallie, House C/B c. 1928 2026 Washington St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; hipped roof and gable-front porch feature exposed beams and rafters; three bays wide and four bays deep; six-over-one sash windows; front porch with clustered, tapered posts on brick corner piers, shelters eight-light upper panel door and flanking windows; north-side, projecting gabled bay; four-light attic window in front gable; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1921 by Sallie C. Davis, widow.
571. Wooten House C/B c. 1923 2030 Washington St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof with exposed beams; shed-roofed dormer above central front bay highlighted by triple windows with criss-cross muntins; three bays wide and three bays deep; front porch has cat-slide roof supported by tapered posts and unusual, stylized brackets; central entrance framed by multi-pane sidelights; south bay contains two-over-one sash window; north bay has tripartite windows with similar sash; north-side, shed-roofed projecting bay contains three high windows; twin interior chimneys flank sides of dormer; property purchased in 1923 by Lisle L. Wooten, Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship clerks general chairman, and wife, Allie.
571A. Garage
C/OB c. 1923
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; overhead door with four-light upper panel on north side of facade.
572. Kelley House C/B 1956 2034 Washington St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; two south front bays contain a casement window and a high horizontal window, third-bay entrance opens onto brick stoop; tripartite window with single panes in south front bay; property purchased in 1956 by James Kelley and wife, Nancy for rental income.
573. Melton House N/B 1961 2038 Washington St.
One-story brick ranch house; hipped roof; two bays wide and four bays deep; house is set at right angle to street; front elevation has paired windows in south bay and single window in north bay with interstice containing shingle siding; south-side entrance opens onto projecting brick patio; property purchased in 1961 by William P. Melton, Southern Life Insurance Co. agent, and wife, Doris.
574. Kelly, Emma, House C/B c. 1921 2042 Washington St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof supported by triangular brackets; two bays wide and three bays deep; engaged front porch has square posts and wide-slat balustrades; entrance in south front bay features multi-pane sidelights; tripartite window in north front bay has two-over-two center sash flanked by narrow multi-light casements; side elevations contain single and paired sash windows; property purchased in 1921 by Emma C. Kelly.
575. House
C/B c. 1944 2046 Washington St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; central front bay incorporates door with gabled entrance portico supported by slender posts; six-over-six sash windows; gabled bay attached to southeast corner of house; interior chimney; built by The Franklin Agency c. 1944 as rental property.
576. York House
C/B 1950 2050 Washington St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; five bays wide and three bays deep; three south front bays sheltered by shed-roofed porch containing turned posts and balustrades with picket balustrades; fourth bay rises into gable; fifth bay contained within shed-roofed ell; windows have modern one-over-one sash; rear addition; interior chimney; property purchased in 1950 by Edmund B. York, Willetts Realty painter, and wife, Della.
577. Hodges House C/B 1954 2054 Washington St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with low-pitched gabled roofs; three bays wide and three bays deep; front elevation advances in three planes; south bay contains paired, two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; central, flat-roofed entrance bay; fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash in south bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1953 by Marvin L. Hodges, city policeman, and wife, Edith.
577A. Shed
N/OB c. 1953 2054 Washington St.
Former garage, one-story; frame; gable-front roof; entrance in south portion of facade.
578. Hinton Rental House (1) C/B 1920 2058 Washington St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof has wide eaves and stepped beams; three bays wide and four bays deep; two north front bays sheltered by gable-front porch with tripled corner posts; weatherboarded skirts, and unusual open-timber gable; nine-over-one sash windows; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1918 by J. H. Hinton for rental income.
578A. Shed
C/OB c. 1935
One-story frame shed with vertical board siding; gable-front roof; door centered on front.
579. Hinton Rental House (2) C/B 1918 2062 Washington St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; T-shaped plan with gabled roofs supported by triangular brackets; gable-front porch has tapered posts on brick piers; two bays wide and four bays deep; windows, arranged singly and in pairs, contain nine-over-one sash; front door in north bay has eight panes in upper panel; porch dormer contains single-pane window; louvered vents in end gables; interior chimney; property purchased in 1918 by J. H. Hinton for rental income.
580. Marshall House C/B c. 1935 2066 Washington St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; projecting north-side bay with single six-over-six sash window; screened porch across southern half of facade shelters entrance and flanking, paired four-over-four sash windows; interior chimney; south-side, exterior-end chimney; front yard surrounded by privacy
fence; property purchased in 1926 by Basil H. Marshall Jr., Wilmington Housing Authority accountant, and wife, Evelyn.
2100 block Washington Street, west side (Central Blvd. intersects)
581. Clardy House N/B 1963 2118 Washington St.
One-story brick ranch house; hipped roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; south front bay contains tripartite window with two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; entrance in second bay and left half of third bay sheltered by hip-roofed porch with scrolled metal supports and balustrades; northern two bays have paired two-over-two sash windows; property purchased in 1962 by John W. Clardy, Clardy’s Grocery clerk, and wife, Brenda.
582. Bryan House C/B 1953 2126 Washington St.
One-story concrete block ranch house; hipped roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; entrance in second bay and fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash in third bay sheltered by hip-roofed porch with scrolled metal supports; one-over-one sash windows; property purchased in 1950 by James M. Bryan, police department detective, and wife, Lottie.
583. Bloodworth, Homer, House C/B c. 1940 2134 Washington St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; front elevation features triple, gable-front roofs with exposed beams and rafters; central entrance and north bay sheltered by porch supported by square corner posts; paired front windows contain six-over-six sash; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Homer S. Bloodworth, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad division clerk, and wife, Margaret Lucille.
583A. Garage
N/OB c. 1950
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; overhead door with four panes in upper panel and six-light upper panel door sheltered by later engaged carport supported by square corner posts.
584. House
N/B c. 1908 2138 Washington St.
One-story frame beach cottage; weatherboard siding; hipped roof; two bays wide and four bays deep; attached wraparound porch and carport on north end of porch feature square posts and brackets and simple balustrades; north front bay contains French doors; south portion of facade has modern bay window; original sash windows in side elevations; property non-contributing because of alterations and because it was moved to this site from Wrightsville Beach.
585. Johnston House C/B 1939 2142 Washington St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof has Oriental influenced exposed beams; three bays wide and three bays deep; engaged porch with square posts and simple balustrades extends across front elevation; central door has four vertical panes in upper panel; windows contain four vertical panes over one single pane; gabled dormer highlighted by single-pane window and exposed beams; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Charles L. Johnston, Gulf Service Station manager, and wife, Geraldine.
585A. Shed
N/OB c. 1941
Former garage; one-story; frame with vertical siding; gable-front roof; door of similar material in north portion of facade.
586. Rich, J. F., House C/B 1939 2146 Washington St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; central door sheltered by gabled entrance porch supported by square posts; flanking, paired, six-over-six sash windows; north-side, screened porch and exterior end chimney; property purchased in 1939 by J. Faison Rich, crane operator, and wife, Bessie.
586A. Garage
C/OB c. 1939
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; garage opening in south front bay; door with five horizontal panels in north front bay.
587. Rich, L. W., House C/B 1939 2150 Washington St.
One-and-one-half-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; entrance in north bay surmounted by gabled roof supported by triangular brackets; two sets of paired, six-over-six sash windows; south-side addition incorporates tall chimney stack; property purchased in 1941 by L. W. Rich and wife, Irene Elizabeth, for rental income.
587A. Garage
C/OB c. 1939
One-story frame garage with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf door in south bay; window with two-over-two horizontal-pane sash in north bay.
587B. Carport
N/OB c. 1990
Freestanding metal carport situated between house and garage.
588. Rich, D. L., House C/B 1940 2154 Washington St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; front gable across center and north front bay highlighted by lunette attic vent; secondary gable in north bay forms entrance portico, supported by foliated metal work; two sets of paired, six-over-six sash windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1939 by D. L. Rich, and wife, Esther, for rental income.
588A. Shed
N/OB c. 1941
Former garage; one-story; frame with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; door with five horizontal panels occupies north portion of facade.
588B. Carport
N/OB c. 1990
Freestanding metal carport situated between house and garage.
2000 block Washington Street, east side
589. Cavanaugh, Burnace, House C/B 1917 2011 Washington St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding in walls and asbestos shingle siding in front gable; roof features triangular brackets and exposed rafts; three bays wide and five bays deep; engaged screened, front porch features clustered posts on lower brick piers and solid skirts; central door flanked by six-over-one sash windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney; small, two-pane window in front gable; property purchased in 1921 by Burnace B. Cavanaugh, A. D. Brown & Co. salesman, and wife, Lucille, principle of Sunset Park School.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding and painted concrete block walls; twin side-gable roofs; five bays wide and two bays deep; north portion of house contains two, replacement one-over-one sash windows; third-bay entrance flanked on south by tripartite window with single panes; south front bay has small, single pane window; property purchased in 1960 by Elmer B. Murray and wife, Marle P. Murray.
590. Cavanaugh, Eli, House C/B c. 1914 2015 Washington St.
Two-story, frame, simple Queen Anne-style house; weatherboard siding; L-shaped plan with gable-front main section, hip-roofed mid-section, and one-story rear wing; two bays wide and four bays deep; hip-roofed porch across front supported by Tuscan columns; entrance in north front bay flanked on south by bay window containing three, one-over-one sash; paired, two-over-two sash windows at second level; paired, two-light windows in attic; two interior chimneys; property purchased in 1914 by Eli Cavanaugh, and wife, Jennie B.
591. Snipes House C/B c. 1914 2019 Washington St.
Two-story frame, simple Queen-Anne-style house; weatherboard siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; two bays wide and two bays deep; hip-roofed wraparound porch supported by modern, scrolled metal work; south portion of porch screened in; entrance in north lower bay; paired, two-over-two sash windows at second level; attic contains paired windows with modern, two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; interior chimney; property owned in 1924 by Elmer Snipes, and wife, Katie.
592. Niven House C/B c. 1938 2027 Washington St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; north-side, gable-front porch supported by tapered posts on brick piers; six-light upper panel door flanked by paired, six-over-six sash windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney, interior chimney; property purchased in 1938 by John K. Niven, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Annie.
593. Chesson House C/B c. 1926 2031 Washington St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; asbestos shingle siding; gable-front roof supported by triangular brackets; three bays wide and four bays deep; engaged front porch has clustered corner posts on a brick pier and simple balustrade across front; central entrance has six-light upper-panel door; paired, one-over-one sash windows in north bay and similar windows in projecting shed-roofed south bay; north-side, exterior-end chimney; north-side, gabled projection with tripartite window; interior chimney; property purchased in 1924 by Abner B. Chesson, Texas Co. salesman.
594. Davis, Marvin, House C/B 1942 2035 Washington St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; center and south bays surmounted by gable containing small attic vent; central entrance sheltered by gabled portico supported by square posts; unequal-width windows in north and south bays have six-over-six sash; interior chimney; property purchased in 1940 by Marvin J. Davis, Cape Fear Barber Shop proprietor, and wife, Sylvia.
595. Applewhite House C/B c. 1935 2039 Washington St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof with triangular brackets; gable-front porch supported by clustered posts on brick piers and enclosed by picket balustrades; off-center door has three panes in upper panel; single window in north bay and paired windows in south front bay have sash containing four vertical lights above a single pane; nine-light window in porch gable; north-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1935 by William P. and Mary Applewhite for rental income.
595A. Shed
C/OB c. 1950
One-story frame shed; weatherboard siding; shed roof; three bays wide; pedestrian door flanked by one-over-one sash windows.
596. Burney House C/B c. 1942 2043 Washington St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; full-width porch with shed roof; foliated metal supports and brackets and metal balustrades; central entrance flanked by eight-over-eight sash windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney; rear, shed-roofed addition; property purchased in 1944 by Russell T. Burney, Shipyard engineer, and wife, Elizabeth.
596A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors in front elevation.
597. Gibson House C/B 1940 2047 Washington St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; four bays wide and three bays deep; attached porch across northern half of facade supported by wood posts and enclosed by metal balustrades; porch shelters door with fan light in upper panel flanked by eight-over-eight sash windows; projecting gable contains paired, six-over-six sash windows; small louvered vent in front gable; north-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by A. Fitzhugh Gibson, clerk, and wife, Miriam.
598. Wells House C/B 1951 2051 Washington St.
One-story frame ranch house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; north-bay entrance and flanking fixed-pane window flanked by double-hung sash sheltered by shed-roofed porch supported by end posts and metal work; remaining windows, arranged singly and in pairs, contain two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; interior chimney; property purchased in 1950 by Joseph U. Wells, Tidewater Power Co. serviceman.
599. Bissenger House
C/B 1927 2055 Washington St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; off-center door flanked by two-over-two sash windows; gable-front porch extends across north and center bays with floor extending across entire facade; porch supported by short, tapered posts on brick piers; modern, two-over-two horizontal-pane sash window in main gable; north-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; property purchased in 1926 by F. A. Bissenger for rental income.
599A. Shed
C/OB c. 1945
One-story frame shed; gable-front roof; entrance centered on facade.
600. Asbury House C/B 1941 2059 Washington St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; single and paired windows contain six-over-six sash; gabled porch with square posts, simple balustrades, and circular attic vent extends across two middle bays; exterior-front chimney rises south of porch; property purchased in 1940 by Relvin V. Asbury, welder, and wife, Margaret.
2100 block Washington Street, east side (Central Blvd. intersects)
601. Clardy, Watson, House (1) C/B 1938 2117 Washington St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; four bays wide and four bays deep; north front bay contains paired windows surmounted by gable; central bay features projecting secondary gable with asymmetrical roof line above entrance and flanking exterior chimney with stepped stacks; south front bay contains single window; sash contain four vertical panes above a single pane; north-side, attached ell; interior chimney; property purchased in 1939 by Watson W. Clardy, grocer, and wife, Doris Lee.
602. Clardy, Watson, House (2) C/B 1936 2121 Washington St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; central entrance and north front bay sheltered by gabled porch supported by short, tapered posts on high brick piers; porch floor extends across entire facade; paired windows flanking entrance contain sash with four vertical lights above a single pane; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1937 by Watson W. Clardy, grocer, and wife, Doris Lee, for rental income.
603. Lee House C/B 1936 2125 Washington St.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof with triangular brackets and exposed rafters; three bays wide and four bays deep; central entrance and north front bay sheltered by gabled porch supported by scrolled metal work; paired windows flanking entrance contain sash with four vertical lights above a single pane; north-side, exterior-end chimney; interior chimney; south-side attached carport and flat-roofed addition; property purchased in 1937 by Elwood M. Lee, Gregg Brothers Co. driver, and wife, Helen.
603A. Shed
C/OB c. 1950
One-story frame garden shed with vertical siding and flat roof.
604. Rochelle House C/B 1941 2133 Washington St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; north front bay contains modern bay window; central bay has gabled entrance portico with square corner posts; paired, modern, one-over-one sash windows occupy projecting, gabled north front bay; two interior chimneys; property purchased in 1941 by Joseph Lee Rochelle, post office clerk, and wife, Jessie Ernestine.
605. Spencer House C/B c. 1942 2137 Washington St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; asbestos shingle siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; house set at right angle to street; two bays wide and three bays deep; north front bay contains tripartite window with multi-light sash; circular window occupies gable; shed-roofed, screened porch with square posts extends across south elevation terminating at projecting gable in third bay; interior chimney; property purchased in 1940 by Charles L. Spencer, and wife, Daisy.
606. Wierse House C/B 1941 2141 Washington St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gable roofs; two bays wide and four bays deep; north front gabled bay contains paired, six-over-six sash windows; shed-roofed porch extending across remaining facade shelters paired six-over-six sash window and entrance in flank of projecting bay; two interior chimneys; property purchased in 1941 by Henry Paul Wierse, welder, and wife, Bertha.
607. Rich House
C/B 1942 2145 Washington St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; central bay forms pedimented entrance portico with square corner posts; flanking six-over-six sash windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney and small gabled bay; property purchased in 1940 by Esther Lee Rich for rental income.
607A. Cottage
C/OB 1940 2147 Washington St.
Two-story frame cottage with synthetic siding; two bays wide; gable-front roof; interior chimney; one-story front section with gable-front roof; entrance in north front bay; projecting one-story, gable-front addition attached to south side of facade; one-over-one sash windows.
608. Derr House
C/B 1942 2149 Washington St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; north front bay contained beneath low, shed roof addition; entrance flanked by six-over-six sash windows; low shed roof supported by angled brackets shelters entrance; house set back from street near rear property line; property purchased in 1941 by J. Daily Derr, inspector, and wife, Walker.
608A. Garage
C/OB c. 1942
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors surmounted by ridged metal awning.
609. Bowers House C/B 1940 2153 Washington St.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; central entrance opens onto small wooden stoop enclosed by simple balustrades and sheltered by striped canvas awning; flanking six-over-six sash windows; gabled south front bay and side elevations contain large, triangular peak vents; modern, flat-roofed addition with vertical siding above brick skirts attached to southeast corner of house; interior chimney; property purchased in 1940 by William Bowers, carpenter, and wife, Ella.
609A. Garage
C/OB c. 1940
One-story frame gable-front garage with weatherboard siding; double-leaf doors in north half of facade.
2100 block Carolina Beach Road, west side
610. Pridgen House C/B c. 1925 2012 Carolina Beach Rd.
One-story brick Craftsman-style house; clipped side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; center bay features glazed-panel door, gabled entrance portico, square posts, and arched ceiling; flanking, paired six-over-one sash windows; east-side, attached porch accentuated by stout, square posts on brick piers and simple balustrades; triangular attic gables center over front windows; east-side, interior-end chimney; property purchased in 1924 by Otto K. Pridgen, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad freight claims clerk, and wife, Pauline.
610A. Garage
C/OB c. 1925
One-story brick garage, clipped, gable-front roof with broad cornice returns; paired, overhead, paneled doors in main facade.
610B. Garage/Apartment C/OB c. 1940
Two-story brick garage/apartment; side-gable roof; two bays wide and two bays deep; paired garage doors at first level replaced by glazed door, narrow sidelight, and synthetic siding in left unit and picture window enframed by synthetic stucco in right unit; second story contains six-over-one sash windows.
611. Clardy, Herbert, House C/B 1939 2018 Carolina Beach Rd.
One-story brick Period Cottage; steeply-pitched, side-gable roof; four bays wide and two bays deep; facade dominated by projecting gable containing tripartite, six-over-one sash windows and lunette attic window; east- and west-front bays have paired, half-length, six-over-one sash windows; entrance in third bay has three stepped panes in upper door panel and bracketed shed roof; exterior chimney abuts right side of entrance; north-side, gabled addition incorporates sun porch beneath forward sweep of roof; secondary interior chimney; property purchased in 1937 by Herbert F. Clardy, grocer, and wife, Lavenia.
611A. Garage
C/OB c. 1939
One-story brick garage with gable-front roof; wide entrance centered on facade.
612. Davis, J. Knight, House C/B c. 1929 2030 Carolina Beach Rd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; synthetic siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs and solid triangular brackets; two bays wide and five bays deep; wraparound porch supported by square posts and enclosed by simple balustrades; projecting south front bay contains tripartite windows at first and attic levels; entrance in end wall of side porch; gabled ell projects from north elevation; interior chimney; property purchased in 1929 by J. Knight Davis, title contractor, and wife, Emma.
612A. Garage/apartment C/OB c. 1929
Two-story frame garage/apartment with synthetic siding; gable-front roof; two bays wide, paneled doors across lower facade; twin, one-over-one sash windows at second level; south-side, exterior stair to upper level entrance.
613. Blake House C/B c. 1938 2038 Carolina Beach Rd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; central bay features small entrance portico with scrolled metal supports and lozenge-shaped peak vent; paired, flanking six-over-six sash windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney enclosed within gabled, screened porch; triangular attic vents punctuate north and south portions of main roof slope; property purchased in 1939 by Bert W. Blake, Tide Water Pacific Co. operator, and wife, Lillian.
613A. Garage
C/OB c. 1939
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof rises above metal shed roof across three-stall garage.
614. Garage/apartment C/B 1920 2044 Carolina Beach Rd.
Two-story cement block and frame garage/apartment; hipped roof; lower level is constructed of cement block; upper level is sheathe with asbestos shingles; two wood garage doors at lower level; paired two-over-two windows with horizontal panes at upper level; exterior stair along south elevation.
615. Davis, Carmen, House C/B c. 1930 2044 Carolina Beach Rd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; hipped roof with exposed rafters; three bays wide and four bays deep; engaged front porch supported by clustered Tuscan columns on brick piers; off-center entrance flanked by paired windows containing multi-light upper panes above single pane; gable-front wall dormer incorporates tripartite attic vent and bracketed eaves; property purchased in 1931 by Carmen L. Davis, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Rebecca.
616. Ellis House
C/B c. 1940 2050 Carolina Beach Rd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and five bays deep; central entrance and north front bay form secondary gable; front door sheltered by bracketed pent roof; paired, six-over-six sash windows in north and south front bays; gable containing small attic vent centered on south elevation; property purchased in 1942 by Vannie T. Ellis, NC Shipbuilding Co. crane operator, and wife, Lucy.
617. Sunset Plaza N/B 1985 2054 Carolina Beach Rd.
One-story brick Commercial-style building; flat roof; pent roof over four store fronts; units have metal-frame windows and glazed doors.
2100 block Carolina Beach Road, west side (Central Blvd. intersects)
618. Fales House C/B 1947 2122 Carolina Beach Rd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; central entrance frame by gabled portico with wide frieze and arched ceiling supported by paired posts; flanking, paired, six-over-six sash windows; flat-roofed additions on each side of porch enclosed by scrolled metal balustrades; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1947 by Charles F. Fales, packer for Albert F. Fales & Sons Co., and wife, Thelma.
618A. Garage
C/OB c. 1947
One-story frame garage with weatherboard siding; gable-front roof.
619. Clardy, William, House C/B 1935 2126 Carolina Beach Rd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; side-gable roof has ogee beam ends, exposed rafters, and flared barge boards; three bays wide and four bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled portico supported by corner posts; flanking paired windows contain sash with four vertical panes above a single pane; north-side, exterior-end chimney and tripartite dining room window; property purchased in 1935 by William W. Clardy, grocer, and wife, Doris.
619A. Garage
C/OB c. 1945
One-story frame garage with hipped roof; synthetic siding; overhead door.
620. Sykes House C/B 1933 2130 Carolina Beach Rd.
One-story frame Craftsman-style house; weatherboard siding; hipped roof with exposed rafters, three bays wide and five bays deep; engaged front porch features tapered, molded cap posts on brick piers; entrance flanked by paired sash windows with four vertical lights above a single pane; north-side, exterior-end chimney; gabled dormer center on facade contains twin sash windows; property purchased in 1931 by Walter T. Sykes, carpenter, and wife, Sadie.
620A. Garage
C/OB c. 1933
One-story frame garage; gable-front roof; no doors; south-side shed addition with board-and-batten siding.
621. Shepard House C/B 1941 2134 Carolina Beach Rd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; gabled porch shelters central door and north front bay; porch supported by scrolled metal work on brick piers; central door has six-light upper panel; flanking, paired, one-over-one sash windows; north-side, exterior-end chimney; north-side, exterior stair to second level entrance; property purchased in 1936 by Harry E. Shepard, Hanover Iron Works machinist, and wife, Mary.
622. Kaplan House C/B 1941 2138 Carolina Beach Rd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; south bay contains paired one-over-one sash windows; middle bay contains single one-over-one sash window; entrance in north bay; gabled hood supported by brackets shelters entrance; tall attic vent in gable; north-side, gabled ell with interior chimney; property purchased in 1941 by George Kaplan, and wife, Annie, for rental income.
622A. Garage
N/OB c. 1960
One-story concrete block garage with weatherboard in front gable; double-leaf, angular-braced doors in left and right bays.
622B. Garage
C/OB c. 1945
One-story frame garage; gable-front roof; weatherboard siding; no door.
622C. Garage
N/OB c. 1970
One-story frame garage; gable-front roof; vertical board siding.
Vacant Lot
623. Simmons House C/B 1943 2146 Carolina Beach Rd.
One-story frame minimal traditional house; synthetic siding; brick veneer below windows on front facade; side-gable roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled hood supported by cross brackets; single window in north front bay and paired window in south front bay have two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; interior chimney; property purchased in 1943 by Ralph L. Simmons, Shipyard supervisor, and wife, Meda.
623A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story frame garage with German siding; gable-front roof; double-leaf doors in north portion of facade.
624. Pollock House C/B c. 1943 2154 Carolina Beach Rd.
One-and-one-half-story brick Cape Cod house; side-gable roof; two gabled dormers; three bays wide and four bays deep; central entrance surmounted by small gable with cornice returns; flanking, paired six-over six sash windows; south-side engaged porch; gable ell attached to northwest corner of house; south-side, exterior-end chimney; property purchased in 1941 by Ray Pollock, U. A. Underwood & Co. surveyors estimator, and wife, Nettie May.
624A. Garage
C/OB c. 1943
One-story brick garage, side-gable roof; two overhead doors in facade.
625. Fast Fare Store N/B 1980 2158 Carolina Beach Rd.
One-story brick Commercial-style building; modified Mansard roof; asymmetrical arrangement of metal-frame windows and glazed doors.
626 & 627. Pergolas C/S c. 1912 west side Carolina Beach Rd.
cornerof Northern Blvd.
Two pergolas, each consisting of four brick piers resting on concrete pedestals and topped with latticed wood rafters mark the entrance to the Sunset Park neighborhood, standing sentry at the western end of Northern Boulevard. Originally, the same pergolas were planned for Central and Southern boulevards, and large ornate facades were designed to stand between the pergolas. All together, these structures were conceived as grand entranceways into one of Wilmington’s most exclusive neighborhoods. But the outbreak of World War I intervened, and the facades and the additional pergolas were never built. They once provided a waiting station for a trolley that ran from downtown Wilmington to Sunset Park.
628. Cameron Playground C/Si c. 1950 north side Southern Blvd.
between Jefferson & Adams
St.
Three-acre lot situated on the north side of Southern Boulevard between Jefferson and Adams set aside for a community park; owned and managed by City of Wilmington; park includes tennis courts, basketball court, play equipment, and picnic shelter; open land with little landscaping.

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