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168 Vose Avenue

168 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Shingle Style, residential building. The c. 1910 side gable-roofed house features 2 pedimented gable dormers with diamond-paned sash, a pier-supported recessed porch, decorative vergeboards at the gable eaves with knee brace supports, and a variety of sash, mostly diamond-paned.

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172 Vose Avenue

172 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 4 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Shingle Style, residential building. The c. 1910 front facing gable-roofed house features gabled dormers, a Doric column-supported, full front porch, decorative vergeboards at the gable eaves with knee brace supports, 9/1 windows on the first floor and 12/1 on the second …

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201 Vose Avenue

201 Vose Avenue is a 2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Dutch Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920, side gambrel roofed house features a full width shed dormer, 6/1 windows, wood shingle cladding, and an open, pier-supported porch.

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204 Vose Avenue

204 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, vernacular Queen Anne, wood frame, residential building. Constructed c. 1885, the house has clapboard and patterned wood shingle siding, an intersecting gable roof, a partial, pier-supported porch and semi-hexagonal bays. The house was originally owned by A.C. Belknap.

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223 Vose Avenue

223 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. Built c. 1900, the clapboard-clad, symmetrically designed house features a hipped roof with broken bonnet pediment dormer. Other classicizing details include a paired Doric column-supported, open, pedimented portico, end chimneys, a classicizing entablature with matching window surrounds, …

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205 Vose Avenue

205 Vose Avenue is a 2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Dutch Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920, side gambrel roofed house features a full width shed dormer, 6/1 windows, weatherboard cladding, and an enclosed porch.

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164 Vose Avenue

164 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 2 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, vernacular, residential building. The c. 1920 front facing gable house features a pier-supported gabled pedimented portico, overhanging, scrolled rafter-supported eaves, wood shingle cladding, and a classicizing door surround.

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270 Vose Avenue

270 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Queen Anne/eclectic, wood frame, residential building. Constructed c. 1885, the house features an intersecting gable rood, wood shingle cladding, and engaged octagonal tower and paired gabled partial porches. Additional architectural features include a Doric column-supported wrap around porch, vergeboards, massive paneled chimneys, and …

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269 Vose Avenue

269 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Shingle Style, wood frame, residential building. Built c. 1885, the wood shingle-clad house has a hipped roof, curved wall surfaces, arched entryway, overhanging eaves with exposed rafters, a Doric column-supported side porch, massive paneled chimney, and paired curved dormers. In 1890, this house …

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271 Vose Avenue

271 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, r rectangular plan, wood frame, vernacular residential building. The c. 1910 front-facing gable-roofed house features a full width shed dormer, separate gabled entrance, 6/1 windows, clapboard and wood shingle cladding, The house has been altered over time.

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273 Vose Avenue

273 Vose Avenue is a 2 story, 2 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Tudor Revival, residential building. The c. 1930 side gable-roofed house is articulated by a stucco first floor, shingle-clad second floor, and a half-timbered cross gable entrance bay. The house also has a matching gabled box bay wall dormer with a bay window …

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287 Vose Avenue

287 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 2 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Dutch Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920, side gambrel roofed house features vinyl siding and replacement windows.

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290 Vose Avenue

290 Vose Avenue is a 2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, stone and wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building, set on a perpendicular to Vose Avenue. The c. 1895, side gable-roofed house is articulated by a full width shed dormer, pier-supported pedimented portico, a rubblestone foundation and first floor with wood shingle cladding on the …

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293 Vose Avenue

293 Vose Avenue is a 2 story, 2 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Tudor Revival, residential building. The c. 1930, hip-roofed, stucco-clad, house features gabled dormers, a pier-supported portico, 6/6 windows and a side porch.

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225 Vose Avenue

225 Vose Avenue is a 2 story, 2 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Dutch Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920, side gambrel roofed house features wood shingle cladding, a full width shed dormer, a Doric column-supported porch, 6/1 paired windows and a side porch.

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285 Vose Avenue

285 Vose Avenue is a 2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, brick veneer and wood frame, Tudor Revival, residential building. The c. 1930 side gable-roofed house features tumbled brick veneer cladding with a gabled portico detailed with attached chimney. The house also has a full shed dormer, 6/1 windows and wood shingle cladding.

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425 Vose Avenue

425 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, Shingle style, wood frame, residential building. Constructed in 1880, the brick and wood shingle-clad house features a slate-clad, crossed gable roof with multiple level eaves, cornice returns, and decorative vergeboards. Other architectural details include a fluted pier-supported, pedimented entrance porch and porte-cochere, massive …

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307 Vose Avenue

307 Vose Avenue is a 2 story, 2 bay, irregular plan, wood frame, vernacular, residential building. Set back from the main road, the c. 1905 house is articulated by a side gable roof with a cross gable featuring a round-arched window in the gable apex. Additional details include a shed dormer, pier-supported porch, 2/2 windows …

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303 Vose Avenue

303 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Tudor Revival, residential building. The c. 1930, side gable-roofed house is articulated by a major cross gable, stucco-cladding with half-timbered details, shed dormers and triple 4/4 window groupings.

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370 Vose Avenue

370 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. Constructed c. 1920, the side gable-roofed house features weatherboard cladding, 6/1 windows, a pier-supported, open pedimented portico, and an entrance surround with elliptical fanlight and sidelights.

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344 Vose Avenue

344 Vose Avenue is a 2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, brick, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920, side gable-roofed house features hip dormers, a classicizing entablature with cornice returns, and end chimneys.

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377 Vose Avenue

377 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, eclectic, residential building. Constructed c. 1885, the patterned slate-clad, side gable-roofed house features gabled dormers with knee bracket-supported rafters, and a stickwork portico. Although the house has been somewhat altered over time, it retains enough integrity to be considered contributing to …

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412 Vose Avenue

412 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 5 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Colonial Revival, residential building. The c. 1920, side gable-roofed house is articulated by 3 pedimented dormers, 6/6 windows, a pilastered entrance surround with an open pediment containing a leaded arched fanlight, and a one story side porch.

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449 Vose Avenue

449 Vose Avenue, the Mountain Railroad Station, was built c. 1910, and has been documented as part of the Thematic Nomination of Operating Passenger Railroad Stations. For more information, see the National Register Nomination report of September 29, 1984.

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433 Vose Avenue

433 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 2 bay, rectangular plan, Gothic Revival, wood frame, residential building. Constructed c. 1875, the clapboard-clad house features a crossed gable roof, decorative pierced vergeboards, semi-hexagonal bays and orioles and a Gothic-peaked window in the gable apex. One of the oldest houses on Vose Avenue, it was owned …

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432 Vose Avenue (demolished)

432 Vose Avenue was a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, vernacular, residential building. Constructed c. 1900, the hipped roof, wood shingle-clad, building with matching dormers was the former carriage house for 425 Scotland Road. It is now used for classrooms and a gym for the Marylawn School.

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407 Vose Avenue

407 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, altered, vernacular, residential building. The c. 1870, hipped roof house features an intersecting cross gable, clapboard cladding, a pedimented entrance with blind fanlight and leaded transom and sidelights. There is also a major cross gable dormer over the entrance. The original …

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299 Vose Avenue

299 Vose Avenue is a 2 1/2 story, 3 bay, rectangular plan, wood frame, Tudor Revival, residential building. The c. 1930, side gable-roofed house is articulated by a major cross gable, half-timbering around the entrance and 6/6 and 4/4 window groupings.

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Noncontributing Vose Avenue Properties

The following Vose Avenue properties are “noncontributing” to the historic district. The definition of “contributing” vs. “noncontributing” is located on the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) of this website. 215 Vose, 294 Vose, 298 Vose, 304 Vose, 310 Vose, 315 Vose, 316 Vose, 319 Vose, 323 Vose, 324 Vose, 327 Vose, 328 Vose, 331 Vose, 332 …

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