719 Union Street

 

Architecture:

    Style:                        Colonial Revival           

    Description:              This is a two-story wood frame structure with vinyl siding on the first story, wood shingle on the second story, and a modern concrete block foundation.  The roof is a front facing gambrel, with a half circle window replaced by a vent in the gable.  A one-story wing lies to the rear.  The full width front porch has square wood columns and wood railing.  There is a small shallow semi-hexagonal oriel bay on the west.

 

Significant Period:

    Construction Date:     Unknown

    Architect/Builder:       Unknown

    Context:                    The original house on this site was torn down.  The existing house was moved there on June 1, 1983 according to City Assessor records.  It is believed that this house was located in the 700 block of Wall Street prior to removal.