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410 Charlton Avenue

410 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 4 bay, rectangular plan, brick, Tudor Revival, residential building. Built c. 1920, the house is dominated by a rough cut, polychromatic slate-clad side gable roof, intersected by a steep front-facing gable. Additional Tudor details include steel casement windows, a massive brick paneled chimney, and half-timbering on the …

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397 Charlton Avenue

397 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, Tudor, stucco-clad, residential building. Built c. 1915, the house is dominated by a slate-clad, side gable roof with front-facing cross gables. Architectural ornamentation consists of multiple leaded window groupings and cantilevered box bays. Cortland Kelsey, a New York lawyer, owned the house in …

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394 Charlton Avenue

394 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Tudor-inspired, half-timber and stucco-clad, residential building. Built c. 1900, the structure features a slate-clad hipped roof with front-facing cross gables, multiple dormers, window groupings with leaded sash, and half-timbering throughout. Other decorative details include bargeboards at the gables, and bracket-supported oriel windows. In …

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393 Charlton Avenue

393 Charlton Avenue is a 2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Colonial Revival, wood frame, residential building. Built c. 1920, the hipped roof house features wood shingle cladding, multi-pane windows, bracket-supported overhanging eaves, 12/12 windows and a round-arched, bracket-supported pediment over the door. The house is set perpendicular to the street and has an attached …

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391 Charlton Avenue

391 Charlton Avenue is a 1 1/2 story, multiple bay, vernacular, wood frame, residential building. Constructed c. 1920, the wood shingle clad structure features a side gable roof over one section, and a gambrel roof over another. Although the building resembles an extended ranch, it is probably a Colonial Revival with many additions. The building …

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390 Charlton Avenue

390 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, brick and wood shingle-clad, rectangular plan, Tudor Revival, residential building. The slate-clad, side gable-roofed house is dominated by a gabled portico with a round arched door set in a Gibbs-surround, multi-paned window groupings, an enclosed side porch and attached garage.

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380 Charlton Avenue

380 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Colonial Revival, wood frame, residential building. Built c. 1920, the wood shingle-clad house has a hipped roof with matching dormers, paired bracket-supported overhanging eaves, cantilevered bays, multi-pane upper sash, sidelit entrance, and a paired, column-supported portico. The main block of the house is …

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377 Charlton Avenue

377 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, eclectic, wood frame, residential building. The c. 1920 wood shingle-clad house has a gambrel roof, second story shed dormer surmounted by a third story shed dormer, a full wooden entablature with cornice-line dentils, and a full, paired Ionic column-supported porch. Additional architectural ornamentation …

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373 Charlton Avenue

373 Charlton Avenue is a 3 story, 3 bay, stucco and wood frame, eclectic, residential building. Constructed c. 1910, the house is articulated by a mansard roof with kick eaves and hipped dormers, and a classicizing entrance flanked by casement windows. The shingled second story is also fenestrated with casement windows. The entrance surround is …

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372 Charlton Avenue

372 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Colonial Revival, wood frame, residential building. Constructed c. 1910, the side gable roof house features a Doric column-supported pedimented portico, multiple window groupings with multiple pane upper sash, 3 segmentally arched dormers, and brick end chimneys. Further Colonial details include a semi-hexagonal bay …

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364 Charlton Avenue

364 Charlton Avenue is a 3 story, 4 bay, “L”-shaped plan, Shingle style, wood frame, residential building. Built around 1890, the wood shingle-clad house has a crossed gable roof-line, cornice returns, and a variety of round-arched and rectangular windows. Overhanging gables and a massive, paneled, brick chimney add interest to the roof-line. A pier-supported porch …

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363 Charlton Avenue

363 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, Tudor-influenced, stucco-clad, residential building. The c. 1903, the side gable-roofed house is dominated by a cross gable which creates the front entrance bay, and by half-timbering on the stucco walls. The entrance is within an arched entryway surmounted by a pedimented, half-timbered gable. …

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354 Charlton Avenue

354 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Shingle Style, wood frame, residential building. Built c. 1899, the stucco and wood shingle-clad house features a crossed gambrel roof with a Palladian window in the front-facing gambrel apex. The wrap-around porch is supported by triple Doric column clusters, and trimmed with a …

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322 Charlton Avenue

322 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, irregular plan, stucco-clad, Tudor Revival-influenced, residential building. Built c. 1920, the house is composed of two sections set at an approximate ninety degree angle to each other to accommodate the corner lot. The house is dominated by a green clay tile side gable roof with …

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286 Charlton Avenue

286 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Colonial Revival-influenced, wood frame, residential building. Built c. 1900, the clapboard-clad house has a hipped roof with gabled dormers, and a second story, central pedimented bay with a tri-partite window grouping. The full front porch is articulated by paired Ionic columns and an …

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274 Charlton Avenue

274 Charlton Avenue is a 2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Mission-influenced, residential building. The c. 1910, stucco-clad house is dominated by a side gable, clay tile roof, end chimneys and an inset arched portico entrance. Additional architectural features include multi-pane windows, cast stone arches above the first floor end windows, and cast stone wreath …

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273 Charlton Avenue

273 Charlton Avenue is a 2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. Constructed c. 1920, the weatherboard-clad house features a side-gable roof with classicizing entablature, a Doric column-supported square portico with balustrade, paired 6/6 double hung windows, and leaded sidelights flanking the paneled door.  

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263 Charlton Avenue

263 Charlton Avenue is a 2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. Constructed c. 1960, the side-gable-roofed house features brick-veneering on the first floor facade with a shingled second story, and two-story piers supporting the overhanging roof.

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262 Charlton Avenue

262 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, irregular bay, irregular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival residential building. Constructed c. 1920, the side gable-roofed house is set at a perpendicular to the road. The shingle-clad house is ornamented with 8/1 windows set in wooden architraves, and features a bracket-supported round-arched pediment on the street elevation. …

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195 Charlton Avenue

195 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. Constructed c. 1920, the brick-veneered house features a side-gable roof with classicizing entablature, a paired Doric column-supported segmentally-arched pedimented portico, 6/1 double hung windows, and a two story, set back hyphen at one side. The entrance surround …

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191 Charlton Avenue

191 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. Constructed c. 1920, the clapboard clad house features a side-gable roof with classicizing entablature, a Doric column-supported open pedimented portico, 6/1 double hung windows, and a tow story, set back hyphen at one side.

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179 Charlton Avenue

179 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, brick, Colonial Revival, residential building. Constructed c. 1920, the slate-clad, side-gable-roofed house is articulated by a semi-circular, Doric column-supported portico with balustrade, a classicizing entablature, tri-partite window groupings with multi-pane upper sash, and cast stone keystones and lintels.

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176 Charlton Avenue

176 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Tudor-influenced, stucco-clad, residential building. The c. 1910 house features a side gabled roof with an intersecting central cross gable flanked by smaller, gabled dormers. A wrap-around porch is supported by squat, stucco columns, ending in a porte-cochere. The center two columns extend upward …

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169 Charlton Avenue

169 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, French Second Empire, wood frame, residential building. Built c. 1870, the house is dominated by a concave mansard roof with patterned slate shingles, bracketed eaves and an open, wrap-around porch. Other features include a transomed double entrance door, and paired windows with full …

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164 Charlton Avenue

164 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, stone-veneered, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. Constructed c. 1920, the slate-clad, side gable-roofed house is articulated by a projecting entrance bay capped by a pediment and containing a broken bonnet entrance surround and glazed sidelights. The first floor windows have wood lintel …

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160 Charlton Avenue

160 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, brick-veneered, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. Constructed c. 1920, the slate-clad, side gable-roofed house is ornamented with a segmentally arched door surround with wooden fanlight and glazed sidelights, cast stone keystones and sills, 6/6 double hung windows and a classicizing entablature.  

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155 Charlton Avenue

155 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, irregular bay, irregular plan, Queen Anne-influenced, wood frame, residential building. Built c. 1890, the gambrel-roofed house has a corner circular tower and wrap-around porch. The house has been altered with vinyl siding, some replacement windows with snap-in muntins and shutters.

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152 Charlton Avenue

152 Charlton Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Tudor-influenced, brick bearing, residential building. Constructed c. 1900, the clipped gable-roofed house features ornately parapeted cross gables, including a Flemish gable. Multiple window groupings set in Gibbs-influenced, stone surrounds and an entrance set in a segmentally arched portico fenestrate the facade. The house …

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