2108 Weatherbee ST – Weatherbee

The very popular Tudor Revival style began in the 1890s and was adopted by both high and middle class home builders in many of America’s suburbs during the first 40 years of the 20th century. The form and style are reflected primarily in the highly pitched and sweeping roof line. Built in about 1929 in what is now the Mistletoe Heights Historic Cultural District, this asymmetrical 1.5 story, two-bay home of masonry construction boasts a prominent covered porch highlighted by gable window and keystone arches, exterior brick chimney topped by two decorative terracotta pots, and decorative buff brick. The foundation is of pier and beam, a construction method typically using deeply driven hardwood and pest-resistant timbers to support floor joists.

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