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301 South Orange Avenue

301 South Orange Avenue is 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, irregular plan, severely altered, wood frame, residential building, constructed c. 1880. The intersecting gable-roofed house has a brick ranch style addition at its rear. The older, front section is being used as a doctor’s office.

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309 South Orange Avenue

309 South Orange Avenue is 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, irregular plan, severely altered, wood frame, residential building, constructed c. 1890. Although it features a circular corner tower and a slate roof, the house has been badly altered with aluminum siding and replacement windows. It is used as a doctor’s office.

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351 South Orange Avenue

Grove Park is a 8.09 acre park, bounded by Grove Road, South Orange Avenue, Park Place, and Raymond Avenue. The land for the park was purchased in 1908 by a concerned group of citizens interested in preserving open space within the Village. The group of citizens then transferred the Park to the Village Trustees. At …

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451 South Orange Avenue

451 South Orange Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Dutch Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1925, side gambrel-roofed house features a shed dormer, weatherboard cladding, 6/1 windows, and a classicizing door surround. Although the first floor has a replacement window, there is enough integrity remaining to classify the …

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491 South Orange Avenue

491 South Orange Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 2 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame and stucco-clad, vernacular residential building. Constructed c. 1910, the hipped-roofed house is articulated by a post-supported wrap-around porch. Unfortunately, the house has been altered with aluminum siding and replacement windows.

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483 South Orange Avenue

483 South Orange Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 2 bay, irregular plan, wood frame, Gothic Revival-influenced, former residential building. Constructed c. 1880, the intersecting gable-roofed house features 4/4 windows, and a patterned slate-clad roof with clipped gables. Although altered with aluminum siding, the building retains enough integrity to contribute to the historic district. The …

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447 South Orange Avenue

447 South Orange Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, altered, Dutch Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1925, side gambrel-roofed house has been altered with the application of synthetic siding and a replacement door surround.

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497 South Orange Avenue

497 South Orange Avenue is a 1 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, vernacular, residential building. Constructed c. 1770, this side gable-roofed house is one of the oldest in the Montrose Park area. The building features a brownstone foundation, wood shingle cladding, 6/6 windows on the first floor, 3/3 windows on the second …

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437 South Orange Avenue

437 South Orange Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, stucco and wood frame, vernacular residential building. The c. 1925, the hipped-roofed house features bracketed overhanging eaves, 6/1 windows, a weatherboard-clad first floor and stuccoed second floor.

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505 South Orange Avenue

505 South Orange Avenue is a 1 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, brick, Colonial Revival-influenced, former residential building. Constructed c. 1930, the gable-roofed house features steel casement windows, weatherboard cladding in the gable apices and classicizing detailing. The building is now a doctor’s office.

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