Greene House – Rivercrest

This eclectic Period Revival house was designed by Joseph R. Pelich and constructed by W. E. McDonald for Louis A. and Nona Greene in 1926-27. Clad in ochre brick, the central two-story hipped block is flanked by a gabled entrance wing and a projecting gabled bay. Quoins, architrave and a bas-relief medallion embellish the house, and make it similar to other River Crest houses, especially the Thomas House f.YV- 130). The house is in original condition, except for a one-story, stone-veneered addition to the south.

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