Historic Washington Park • Meridian~Kessler
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Wednesday, August 12th, 2015

Dr. Joseph Eastman/J.K. Lilly, Jr. House

4050 Washington Boulevard, Colonial Revival, 1897- 98, 1919 The Eastman house, built in 1897-1898, was a large two-and a-half-story frame house with porches along the main (east) façade as well as the south. The main block of the house had a two-story wing across the back. When Lilly purchased the home from Eastman’s widow he

Wednesday, August 12th, 2015

Harry Hartley House

4051 Washington Boulevard, French Chateau, 1925 The home that William Russ designed for Harry Hartley and his family is unique in the Washington Park Historic District. According to Mary Katherine Wilde, Hartley’s niece, Hartley and his wife sent...

Wednesday, August 12th, 2015

Melville S. Cohn House

4111 Washington Boulevard, Georgian Revival, 1921 The Cohn house is a beautiful example of very formal Georgian Revival architecture. The two-and-a-half story brick home is five bays. The unknown architect designed the house with a central entry...

Wednesday, August 12th, 2015

Senator Albert J. Beveridge House

4164 Washington Boulevard, Classical Revival, 1908 The stucco house is L-shaped with the family living quarters placed in the long wing and the service areas in the short wing of the house. The house is set back...

Wednesday, August 12th, 2015

William Morton Herriott/Elmer Crane House

4170 Washington Boulevard Tudor Revival, 1915, 1920 This large, brick and stone home is a virtual pattern book for the Tudor Revival style. The large, central block of the house is intersected with a shallow crossfan light...

Friday, July 31st, 2015

Macy W. Malott House

4268 Washington Boulevard Classical Revival/Italian Villa, 1926 Frank Hunter used light buff brick and a green tile roofing material to set the tone for this home. The large, rectangular, main block has a small offset L at...

Friday, July 31st, 2015

H. Benjamin Marks House

4265 Pennsylvania Classical/Renaissance Revival, 1918 The 1918 building permit for this house lists no architect, simply the contractor, T.A. Moynihan.The beautiful classical detailing on this simple red brick house makes this design stand out. The focal point...

Friday, July 31st, 2015

Meyer Efroymson House

4207 Pennsylvania Classical Revival, 1918 Frank Hunter, the architect of the house, chose a simple stucco exterior building material to adorn with strong classical architectural elements. The symmetrical, six-bay west (main) façade is dominated by the shallow, classical...

Friday, July 31st, 2015

Philip H. Noland House

4108 Pennsylvania Tudor Revival, 1931 This modest Tudor Revival house is typical of the smaller, well-designed homes in the Washington Park district.The two-story, gable roofed house has a shallow, projecting block with an intersecting gable roof on...

Friday, July 31st, 2015

Joseph C. Schaf, Jr. House

4101 Pennsylvania Georgian Revival, 1924 Architect Wilson Parker worked for the firm of McKim, Mead and White prior to coming to the city. The influence of the firm’s elegant residential designs can be seen in Parker’s design...

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