Anderson House – Chatburn

Sited at the end of a cul-de-sac in the Cheltenham neighborhood, this two-story brick residence is noteworthy for its sumptuous use of materials, particularly the cast stone portico and glazed green-tiled roof. It was built c. 1923 for Marvin G. Anderson, owner of the Anderson Drug Company. His wife, Blanche, was an artist, and the house’s design was based on a painting by her of a similar house in San Francisco. The house appears to be eligible for the National Register. The Anderson House was designated Demolition Delay in 1995.

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