193 Pine Street

Two-storey, red-brick, hip-roofed house with buff-brick trim, original front verandah, and small projecting wing to south (c. 1890).


Ground Floor – Full-width, three-bay, shed-roofed verandah, over concrete deck, has built-up bases to posts which are chamfered, except at typical railing height. At roof, ornate brackets support eaves and simpler brackets are below deep fascia boards. Verandah extends to south into recent car-port having deeper fascia but similar brackets. Entry at RH side of façade has four-panel, wooden door (behind modern storm door), set between three-pane sidelights with lower wooden panels, and with three segmental-arch, transom windows above. Additional, half-glazed, panelled door at LH side has period, half-glazed, six-pane storm. Segmental arches and quoins are in flush-bedded buff-brick.


Second Floor and Roof – Upper-level fenestration comprises two, symmetrically placed, 2/2 windows, with wood sills and flush-bedded, buff-brick segmental arches (with metal storms). Quoins are as at ground floor, and beaded soffit boards are supported by paired, decorative brackets. Narrow fascias have aluminum gutters and roof shingles are brown asphalt.

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