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571 Centre Street

571 Centre Street is the address for St. Andrew’s Hall, Seton Hall University, The College Seminary. The Hall was built for St. Andrew’s Church, which once faced Centre Street, and was destroyed in a fire. The Hall is a 2 1/2 story, multiple bay, irregular plan, Tudor Revival, institutional building. The slate-clad, side gable-roofed building …

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560 Centre Street

560 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay (plus Doric column supported-side porch), rectangular plan, Italian Renaissance-inspired, masonry bearing, residential building. The stucco-clad, c. 1920 house, features a red clay, pan tile clad, clipped gable roof with hipped dormers, overhanging bracketed eaves and a Doric column-supported portico. other ornamentation includes overhanging oriel windows …

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559 Centre Street

559 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920, side gable-roofed house is articulated by three pedimented dormers and a Doric column-supported portico. The house has been altered with the application of vinyl siding and replacement windows.

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555 Centre Street

555 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, brick, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920 green clay tile-clad, hipped roof house is articulated by a paired Doric column-supported portico, segmentally arched entrance surround with elliptical fanlight and sidelights, tri-partite window groupings with stone sills, and overhanging eaves.

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521 Centre Street

521 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, eclectic, brick residential building. Constructed in 1895, the brick house features a slate-clad, side gable roof with shingled, gabled dormers, and multiple window groupings. The porte-cochere on the north side of the house echoes the segmentally arched, openings of the column-supported porch. The …

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520 Centre Street

520 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. Constructed c. 1920, the hipped roof house is ornamented with a massive center chimney, enclosed pedimented portico with round-arched leaded fanlight, 6/1 windows, and overhanging bracketed eaves. Although altered with synthetic siding, the house retains enough integrity …

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517 Centre Street

517 Centre Street is a 3 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, Colonial Revival-influenced, wood frame and brick, residential building. Built c. 1900, the brick and wood shingle-clad house is dominated by an overhanging, bracket-supported, front-facing, gambrel roof with a Palladian window in the apex. Above the elaborate clam shell door surround is a semi-hexagonal …

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516 Centre Street

516 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, brick,. Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920, green pan tile-clad, side gable-roofed house, is articulated by a brick pier-supported pedimented portico, a segmentally-arched brick entrance surround with leaded fanlight and sidelights, 6/1 windows, set back flanking porches, and a second story sill …

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512 Centre Street

512 Centre Street is a 2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, stone veneer and wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1940, hipped roof house features 8/8 windows, round-arched, blind wooden fanlights over the first floor windows, and an attached garage.

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471 Centre Street

471 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 4 bay, irregular plan, stucco-clad, wood frame, Queen Anne-influenced, residential building. Constructed c. 1895, the polychromatic slate-clad, side gable-roofed house features a major cross gable entrance bay, and an engaged, three-story, conical-capped, circular tower. The entrance bay is articulated by a double pier-supported porch with inset Doric …

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458 Centre Street

458 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, brick, Colonial Revival, residential building. Constructed around 1915, the symmetrically composed facade is articulated by a slate-clad, side gable roof, semi-circular Doric order-supported portico, elliptical fanlight door surrounds, full entablature, 6/1 windows, a set back two-story wing, and stone sills and keystones. In …

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457 Centre Street

457 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Tudor revival-influenced, brick, former residential building, now used for educational purposes. Built around 1895, the brick house features elaborate upper story panels of herringbone laid brick ornamented with half-timber stickwork and casement window groupings. Projecting parallel gables flank the central bay, below which …

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426 Centre Street

426 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Tudor-influenced, wood frame and brick bearing residential building. Built c. 1897, the exterior is clad with brick on the first floor, wood shingles on the second, and half-timber and stucco in the gable ends and attic story. The side gable roof features a …

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423 Centre Street

423 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 4 bay, rectangular plan, Tudor Revival influenced, wood frame, residential building. Built c. 1900, the wood shingled first floor is articulated with half-hexagonal bays, fenestrated with leaded glass windows. The half-timber and stucco second floor and attic story are articulated by casement window groupings with leaded glass transoms. …

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413 Centre Street

413 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Colonial Revival-influenced, wood frame, residential building. Constructed c. 1900, the wood shingled exterior features a central entrance bay with Palladian window, flanked by gabled bowed bays. A paired Ionic column-supported open porch with full entablature spans the entire width of the house. The …

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406 Centre Street

406 Centre Street is a 3 story, 3 bay, irregular plan, wood frame and masonry bearing, residential building in an estate setting. The c. 1885, Queen Anne-influenced house is articulated by a patterned, slate-clad roof, three-story, conical-capped tower, several half-hexagonal bay windows, a variety of leaded upper sash windows, end chimneys, and a classicizing entrance. …

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396 Centre Street

396 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, brick, eclectic/Italian Renaissance-influenced, brick residential building in an estate setting. Constructed c. 1910, the central, clipped-gable block, is flanked by one story, segmentally arched, recessed open porches. Other architectural features include hipped roof dormers, paired bracket supported overhanging eaves, segmentally arched window groupings …

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333 Centre Street

333 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, brick, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920, slate-clad, clipped gable-roofed house features a classicizing entablature, a Doric column-supported, round-arched, pedimented portico, 6/1 windows, decorative brick panels inset into the second floor. windows, and a one story, wood frame, side porch.

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327 Centre Street

327 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, brick, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920, slate-clad, side gable-roofed house features a classicizing entablature, a Doric column-supported, round-arched, pedimented portico, 8/8 windows, wrought iron railings at the first floor windows, and a brick belt course at the second floor sill level. …

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324 Centre Street

324 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, Italian Renaissance-influenced, brick residential building. Constructed c. 1915, the green pan tile, hipped roof central block is flanked by projecting hipped bays. The limestone, enclosed portico is ornamented with a wrought iron balcony, and round-arched fanlight with paired doors. The first floor windows …

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319 Centre Street

319 Centre Street is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, brick and wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920 house is dominated by a slate-clad hipped roof with shed dormer, and a brick pier and Doric column-supported pedimented portico. The brick first floor has round-arched window architraves. Additional classicizing features include …

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311 Centre Street

311 Centre Street is a 1 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, vernacular, residential building. One of the three oldest houses in the Montrose Park area, the Bishop Baldwin house was believed to be constructed c. 1806. The 5 bay, clapboard-clad, main block of the house features a wood shingle-clad, side gable roof, …

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