Thursday, July 09, 2009

Thursday is "This Old House Day"

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Stein & Applebaum, a well-known local building company, erected this large Tudor revival residence at 390 Adams Street in 1931 for $15,000. The Tudor Revival was one of the popular eclectic revival styles of the first quarter of the 20th century. This is one of three fine examples of this style located on historic Adams Street. I like the arched doorway and beautiful setting of this old house.


James said...

Looks like something out of a story book.

brattcat said...

A fine example indeed and beautifully landscaped.

John said...

I have to say, coming from the UK, there is always something about 'mock Tudor' that looks a bit naff; but that's the house not the photo.

Anonymous said...

lovely house with green plant.nice picture


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