822 Court Street
Style: Queen Anne/Colonial Revival Style
Description: This is a two-story wood frame structure with wood clapboard siding on the first story, wood shingles on the second story, and a cut stone foundation. The roofline is hipped with cross gables. The side gable is higher, the front gable lower with a Palladian window. There are two large detailed chimneys. The full width front porch has square wood columns, wood railing, and dentil in the eaves. On the front there is a first story semi-hexagonal bay, a second story squared bay, and brackets under the eaves. On the northeast corner is a one-story cutaway bay with decorative brackets. On the east side is a one story curved bay and on the west a one story semi-hexagonal bay. There are multiple art glass windows and first story windows have transoms.
Construction Date: circa 1894
Daniel J. Guerin, next door at 816 Court, sold Lavina
Gray this lot in November 1890. City
records show water service was turned on in January 1894, and Augustus C. and Lavina E. (Brewer) Gray were the first residents. Their sons were Ralph and Guy. Augustus was born in