833 Court Street
Style: Gothic Revival Style
Description: This structure is asymmetrical and cross gabled, with two gables to the front and a side gable over an east wing. Decorative elements include finials and vergeboards in the front gables. A front porch is supported by Ionic columns with wood railing, and contains dentil in the eaves. There is evidence that the flat porch roof had decorative railing at one time. A one-story semi-hexagonal oriel bay window lies on the west side. The side of the house is covered with stucco, and the foundation is cut stone. There are several leaded windows outside and inside the home.
Construction Date: 1895
house was probably built in 1895, as City Water Department records show service
was turned on in April that year. The
first record of that address is in the 1899-00 Port Huron City Directory. George and Emma Harvey were the first
residents, living there until at least 1940.
George was an architect, his office first at