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500 Grove Terrace

500 Grove Terrace is a 2 1/2 story, irregular plan, eclectic/Colonial Revival, masonry, residential complex composed of two buildings connected with a hyphen. Built c. 1920, the L-shaped-plan house has three bays, a gable roof intersected by a front-facing gambrel and gabled dormers. The building also has multi-paned double hung windows and a pedimented entrance …

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550 Grove Terrace

550 Grove Terrace (AKA 260 Warwick Avenue) is a 2 story, 6 bay, rectangular plan, Tudor Revival, masonry residential building. Built c. 1902, the stone house has a slate-clad, side gable roof intersected by a cross gable entrance bay, three gabled dormers, 6/6 windows and multi-level eaves.

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540 Grove Terrace

540 Grove Terrace is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920, side gable-roofed building has pedimented dormers and a rubble-stone veered facade. Fenestration includes 6/6 double hung windows and a Doric column-supported entrance surround with leaded transom and sidelights. The set back side bay has …

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551 Grove Terrace

551 Grove Terrace is a 2 story, 5 bay, irregular plan, brick, eclectic, residential building. Constructed c. 1920, the side gable-roofed building is characterized by extended eaves with exposed rafters, a round-arched entrance set into a round-arched portico, paired and tri-partite 6/1 windows and round-arched, multi-paned French doors in the side porch.

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523 Grove Terrace

523 Grove Terrace is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, brick and wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920 side gable-roofed house has a classicizing entablature with cornice returns, weatherboard cladding on the upper stories, 6/1 windows, a Doric column-supported portico flanked by paired 6/1 windows, and a set back, one …

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520 Grove Terrace

520 Grove Terrace is a 2 story, 3 bay, square plan, wood frame, Tudor Revival, residential building. The c. 1920 stucco clad house is articulated by a slate-clad side gable roof intersected by two cross gables, one of which is a half-timbered, cross gable entrance bay. Additional Tudor details include decorative vergeboards, steel casement windows, …

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515 Grove Terrace

515 Grove Terrace is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920, side gable-roofed house is characterized by a overhanging first floor, classicizing entablature, a segmentally-arched bracket-supported portico hood over a segmentally arched entrance with leaded fanlight, and bracket-supported bay windows on the first floor. The …

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510 Grove Terrace

510 Grove Terrace is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, irregular plan, wood frame, and stone veneer, Colonial Revival residential building c. 1921. The design of the house is influenced by the intersecting gable plan, with a front-facing, stone veneered cross gable with semi-circular leaded fanlight in the gable apex. The segmentally-arched entrance is decorated …

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531 Grove Terrace

531 Grove Terrace is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920, side gable roof house features a classicizing entablature, Doric colonette-supported pedimented portico, 6/1 windows, and a one story set back, side porch. Although the house is clad with synthetic siding, it retains enough integrity …

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530 Grove Terrace

530 Grove Terrace is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival residential building. The c. 1920, side gable roof building features wood shingle cladding, pedimented dormers, a classicizing entablature, and a Doric column-supported open pedimented portico with round-arched leaded fanlight and sidelights. Fenestration includes 6/1 windows on the first floor, …

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