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151 Montrose Avenue

151 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 4 bay, irregular plan, wood frame, stucco-clad, eclectic/Tudor Revival, residential building. The c. 1925, slate-clad, clipped gable roof house is articulated by a broken bonnet pedimented door on the Montrose Avenue facade, and a Doric column-supported, segmentally-arched portico on the Halsey Place side. Fenestration involves multiple window …

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140 Montrose Avenue

140 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Italianate, wood frame, residential building. Constructed c. 1870, the clapboard-clad building features a front-facing, centered cross gable roof, projecting from a side-gabled main roof. Additional architectural details include bracketed crowns on the 2/2 windows, overhanging bracketed eaves, a round-headed window in the gable …

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62 Montrose Avenue

62 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. Constructed c. 1920, the side gable-roofed house is articulated by 6/1 windows, an engaged pilastered door surround with broken bonnet pediment, classicizing entablature, and a one story, set back side porch.

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128 Montrose Avenue

128 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, brick, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1940, slate-clad, hipped roof house has a pedimented cross gable entrance bay with oval oculus in the pediment and a simple entrance surround of entablature and sidelights. Fenestration consists of 8/8 windows with brick lintels. The …

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240 Montrose Avenue

240 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, brick, Colonial Revival, residential building. Constructed c. 1925, the slate-clad side gable-roofed house is characterized by a classicizing entrance flanked by tri-partite windows, 8/1 windows on the second story, a set back side porch, cornice returns and simple wooden window enframements.

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245 Montrose Avenue

245 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Tudor-inspired, masonry, residential building. Built c. 1920, the brick house has a green clay tile-clad, side gable roof intersected with paired front-facing gables. Between the gables is a shed dormer on the roof, and a pent roof at the first floor level forming …

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206 Montrose Avenue

206 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 6 bay, rectangular plan, Queen Anne-influenced, wood frame, residential building. Built c. 1900, the massive, clapboard-clad house is dominated by an intersecting gable roof with gabled dormers. Textural quality is added to the house through the use of a semi-hexagonal bay topped with an engaged turret, overhanging …

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231 Montrose Avenue

231 Montrose Avenue is a 2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. Constructed c. 1950, the slate-clad, side gable-roofed house has a stone veneer cladding on the facade, a classicizing entrance with leaded transom and sidelights and multi-pane windows. Although the house is attractive, and set in an appropriately landscaped …

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221 Montrose Avenue

221 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, brick and wood frame, eclectic/Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1925, front-facing, gable-roofed building has cornice returns, multi-pane double hung windows, a slate-clad, gabled roofline, and various porches and bay windows.

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170 Montrose Avenue

170 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 4 bay, rectangular plan, eclectic Tudor, masonry, residential building. Built c. 1920, the brick building features a slate-clad hipped roof with cross gable, and rear intersecting wing. Tudor Revival features include two, two-story, semi-hexagonal bays, an ogee-arched entryway, massive paneled chimneys, and decorative vergeboards which match the …

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323 Montrose Avenue

323 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, brick, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920, hipped roof house features matching hipped dormers, 6/6 windows with stone sills, brick lintels with stone keystones on the second floor, a two story, set back, wood frame wing, and a classicizing entrance surround with …

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322 Montrose Avenue

322 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Dutch Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1925, side gambrel roofed house is articulated by three, segmentally-arched dormers with cornice returns, 8/1 windows, and a Doric column-supported portico with leaded fanlight. The first floor windows have multi-pane transoms.

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315 Montrose Avenue

315 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 4 bay, rectangular plan, brick veneer and wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. Constructed c. 1960, the main 2 bay, brick veneered facade consists of a multi-paned bay window, and an entrance set in a broken bonnet pediment with sidelights.

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265 Montrose Avenue

265 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1925 side gable-roofed house features wood shingle cladding, a classicizing entablature, 6/1 windows, a pilaster-supported broken bonnet pediment, and a set back, one story side porch.

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251 Montrose Avenue

251 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, brick and wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1925 side gable-roofed building is characterized by a classicizing entablature with cornice returns, 8/1 windows on the second floor, tri-partite windows on the first floor flanking a Doric column-supported open portico, and a …

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340 Montrose Avenue

340 Montrose avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Colonial Revival, wood frame, residential building. Built c. 1910, the wood shingle-clad house is dominated by a hipped roof with hipped dormers, end chimneys, and paired, semi-hexagonal, two story bays flanking the main entrance. Elaborate fenestration includes leaded transoms for the bay windows, …

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281 Montrose Avenue

281 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1925, side gable-roofed house has a classicizing entablature, weatherboard cladding, 6/1 windows, and a Doric column-supported pedimented portico, flanked by semi-hexagonal bay windows. A one story, set back side porch is attached to one side.

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270 Montrose Avenue

270 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 7 bay, rectangular plan, brick, Tudor Revival, residential building. The c. 1920, slate-clad, side gable-roofed house is articulated by two major cross gables, an attached garage, and projecting mortar joints in the brickwork. Fenestration consists of round-arched windows and doors on the first floor, and leaded casement …

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260 Montrose Avenue

260 Montrose Avenue is a 2 story, 6 bay, rectangular plan, brick, Tudor Revival, residential building. Constructed c. 1925 of tumbled brick, the side gable-roofed house is articulated by a cross gable entrance bay with a segmentally-arched and transomed doorway. Other Tudor details include a massive brick chimney next to the cross gable, a pent …

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303 Montrose Avenue

303 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, brick and wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1915, green tile-clad, side gable-roofed house features a buff brick first floor, weatherboard-clad second floor, a classicizing entablature, Chicago windows with multi-pane upper sash, a paired Doric column-supported segmentally-arched portico, and an entrance …

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349 Montrose Avenue

349 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 2 bay, rectangular plan, Shingle style, wood frame, residential building. Constructed c. 1900 for R. B. Hanna, the wood shingle-clad house has a crossed gambrel roof, hipped dormer, overhanging eaves, curved wall surfaces, 6/1 windows, a round-arched entrance, paneled brick chimney and a paired pier-supported wrap-around porch …

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350 Montrose Avenue

350 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, irregular plan, wood frame, eclectic, residential building with Tudor Revival details. The c. 1900, intersecting gable house features clapboard cladding and stucco and half-timbering in the gable apices. Additional architectural details include an enclosed, pedimented portico, brick foundation, one story, set back side porch, and …

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357 Montrose Avenue

357 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, altered, vernacular, Shingle style, wood frame, residential building. Constructed c. 1900 for Josephine B. Jones, the clapboard and asphalt shingle-clad house has a hipped roof with cross gable, overhanging bracketed flared eaves, curved wall surfaces and a side elevation, cantilevered box bay with …

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358 Montrose Avenue

358 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, irregular plan, eclectic/Shingle style, wood frame, residential building. Built c. 1900 for William Murray, the clapboard and shingle-clad house features a hipped roof with centered, extended crossed gable. Other architectural details include an entrance bay flanked by two round towers, and a full front, Doric …

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344 Montrose Avenue

344 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 2 bay, irregular plan, wood frame, Shingle style, residential building. The c. 1890 house is articulated by a side gambrel roof with intersecting cross gable, overhanging bracketed eaves, massive brick chimney, half-hexagonal bay windows, and a pier supported porch extending into a porte-cochere. Although the original door …

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341 Montrose Avenue

341 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, irregular plan, vernacular, stucco-clad, residential building. Constructed c. 1900, for Samuel McBurney, the house features a slate-clad, hipped roof with engaged octagonal tower, a partially enclosed Doric column-supported full porch, and a porte-cochere. The windows are an unusual 4/4 vertical pane sash.  

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379 Montrose Avenue

379 Montrose Avenue is a 3 story, 2 bay, rectangular plan, Shingle style, wood frame, residential building. Constructed c. 1900, for a Mrs. Brennar, the clapboard and wood shingled house has a crossed gambrel roof, curved wall surfaces, a semi-hexagonal bay, classicizing entablatures, paneled chimney, and first and second story, Doric order porches. In 1911, …

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376 Montrose Avenue

376 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, Colonial Revival, wood frame, residential building. Built c. 1915, the clapboard-clad house has a hipped roof with hipped dormer, cornice-line modillions, a paired Ionic column-supported, partial porch with pedimented entrance bay extending into a porte-cochere, and simple wooden window enframements.

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367 Montrose Avenue

367 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1925, side gable-roofed house features a full length pent roof at the first floor with a centered, segmentally-arched, bracket-supported portico hood, flanked by semi-hexagonal bay windows. The second floor has 6/1 windows. The wood shingle-clad …

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371 Montrose Avenue

371 Montrose Avenue is a 2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, brick, Colonial Revival, residential building. Dominated by a hipped roof, the c. 1940 house features 8/8 windows with cast stone sills, a simple wood entablature, and a classicizing, segmentally arched door surround with a leaded elliptical fanlight and sidelights enframed by Ionic pilasters.

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366 Montrose Avenue

366 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Colonial Revival, wood frame, residential building. Built c. 1900, the clapboard-clad house has a hipped roof with cross gables and a front-facing Palladian dormer. Additional features include semi-hexagonal bays, and a Doric column-supported full front porch. The house was constructed for Isabella Whyte. …

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382 Montrose Avenue

382 Montrose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, brick and wood frame, eclectic/Colonial Revival, residential building. Constructed c. 1920, the slate-clad, side gable-roofed building features a brick first floor and wood shingle-clad second floor. The projecting end bays are formed by side porches which are supported by large Tuscan columns. A …

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