312 East Austin

312 East Austin 2016 Survey Information 2016 Survey Form 312 East Austin

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308 East Austin

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129 East Austin

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223 East Austin

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301 East Austin

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709 West Cox

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722 West Cox

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708 West Cox

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701 West Cox

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615 West Cox

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603 West Cox

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517 West Cox

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507 West Cox

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420 Sunset

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521 Weaver

521 Weaver 2011 Summer Survey Click here for the survey form – 521_Weaver. 521 Weaver 1990 National Register Information Address: 521 Weaver Date: ca. 1890 Category: Contributing Block: 35 Lot: 17A Description: 1-story frame with beveled lap siding; massed plan; asphalt hip-and-gable roof pierced by one external corbeled chimney on the west facade; cornice returns; inset porch supported by Doric columns; windows are 2/2 and 6/6 wood double-hung with hood molds; was ell plan before porch was altered. 521 Weaver 1986 Survey Information Address: 521 Weaver Date: 1880-95 Block: 35 Lot: 17-A Condition: Fair-good; some alterations Description: 1-story frame with beveled lap siding; massed plan; asphalt hip-and-gable roof pierced by one external corbeled chimney on the west facade; cornice returns; inset porch supported by Doric columns; windows are 2/2 and 6/6 wood double-hung with hood molds; was ell plan before porch was...

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408 N. Mound

408_Mound_Street 2011 Summer Survey Description: One of the best preserved historic homes on Mound Street. Underneath the gables are decorative bracketing, and under the second floor balcony there is dentil work that is also present above the front entry doors, as well as the second story door that leads to the second story porch over the entry. The most notable feature is the front iron spiral staircase that leads from the first floor porch to the second story porch. The left side of the house contains a projecting bay, like many of the Dietrich Rulfs’ other houses depict. A easily overlooked detail of the house is a still functioning clock above the driveway on the right side of the house. Significance: From 1931- 1961, the house was under the ownership of Mrs. Mary Moon and her daughter, Sarah Jane Moon. In 1961, the house was used by Cason Monk Funeral Home as a chapel during the time they were building their new chapel. By 1962, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Taylor Jr. bought the home. Mrs. Taylor converted the downstairs into an antique shop. (ETRC Vertical Files: Nacogdoches- Historic Homes; Daily Sentinel April 22, 1963) Update: Granted Historical Overlay Zoning in 1991 to qualify for local historical marker. House has been used as a bed and breakfast, so the the front spiral staircase had to be added as part of...

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400 E. Hospital

400 E. Hospital 2010 Survey Information 2010 Survey Form 400_E_Hospital 400 E. Hospital 1986 Survey Information Address: 400 E. Hospital Date: 1880 Block: 7 Lot: 1-B Condition: Fair, windows altered on main facade. Description: 1-story rectangular frame residential structure with composition shingle gable roof; flat roof addition to rear; horizontal clapboard siding; 9/6 double-hung windows; hall parlor plan with raised panel entry doors off wood porch with battered box columns; replacement front windows of multipane fixed glass; corbeled brick chimney. Significance: Said to have been the Episcopal Church Rectory; may be older than...

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716 E. Main

716 E. Main 2010 Survey Form 2010 Survey Form716_E_Main 716 E. Main 1986 Survey Information Address: 716 E. Main Date: 1890-1900 Block: 18 Condition: Good-Fair Description: 1-story; wood frame with bull-nosed siding; brick pier foundation with wood lattice infill; irregular plan; intersecting gable roofs with boxed cornice, composition shingles; curved shed roof over porch, pedimented gable over entry, turned wood posts with spindle railing; entry door wood panel with applied ornamentation with upper glass light, transom light above, screen door with ball and spindle ornamentation; windows 2/2 wood double-hung with dripcap; central brick chimney; secondary entrance on east side of porch; small sunporch on southwest...

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115 E. Main

115_E_Main 2010 Survey Form 115 E. Main 2007 National Register Information Address: 115 E. Main Name: Shaw’s Date: 1900 Type: One part Contributing: Yes 115 E. Main 1986 Survey Information Address: 115 E. Main Name: Shaw’s Date: 1910 Block: 10 Lot: 11 Condition: Fair; few alterations. Description: 1-story rectangular brick commercial structure with flat roof; 2-bay with plate glass display windows flanking glass panel entry doors with transoms; ribbon windows above new metal awning; facade is decorated with brick dentils and raised brick panel above awning; glazed tile below. Significance: Shown on 1912 Sanborn Fire Insurance Map as 1-story brick with frame awning; wooden post supports down center of structure on interior; intact display area and front facade in very good condition; good example of style; used in 1912 as...

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536 East Pilar

536_E._Pilar 2011 Summer Survey This vernacular structure has classical decorative elements, and was originally used as a residence. Present condition is good, although there are some alterations to the integrity of the home, due to the added modern deck at rear. Sanborn map 748 Pilar Street (Address listed as 536 E. Pilar Street.) 536 E. Pilar 1990 National Register Information Address: 536 E. Pilar Date: 1870-1890 Category: Contributing Block: 20 Lot: 2 Description: 1-story; frame with lap siding; central hall plan; composition gable roof has cornice returns; 1 exterior chimney on west facade; blind pilasters on each corner of main facade; windows are 4/4 wood double-hung; projecting porch is supported by turned columns, simple banister; entry has side lights and transom; foundation is brick pier with lattice; modern deck at rear. 536 E. Pilar 1986 Survey Information Address: 536 E. Pilar Date: 1870-90 Block: 20 Lot: 2 Condition: Good, some alterations Description: 1-story; frame with lap siding; central hall plan; composition gable roof has cornice returns; 1 exterior chimney on west facade; blind pilasters on each comer of main facade; windows are 4/4 wood double-hung with decorative hood molds, windows on porch are 1/1 wood double-hung; projecting porch is supported by turned columns, simple bannister; entry has side lights and transom; foundation is brick pier with lattice; modem deck at rear. Significance: Good example of...

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