30 Pine Street

2½ storey, Queen Anne/eclectic, (painted) brick house with front verandah, with front and side gables (c. 1910).


Description – Front verandah has turned, wooden columns (without turned bases) on cast-stone copings, with painted brick piers below. Beams above are clad in plywood, while original top and bottom railings and square pickets remain at RH side. To LH side is later, aluminum-clad addition extending back to projecting gabled bay to west. Half-glazed, pressed-metal, front door is built into reduced aperture with no transom window visible within segmental-arch above, with hood-mouldings dropping at upper jambs. Window to right is tall, single-pane replacement, within large, segmental-arch opening, with masonry above as at door. Second floor has two 1/1 (replacement) wood windows in segmental-arched apertures, with hood mouldings dropping to meet peripheral, decorative band-course (probably with red and buff bricks). Front Gable has central, single-pane sash under modest cornice. Gable-wall is finished with painted, scalloped, wood shingles, with decorative, wooden, sun-burst ornament at peak. Roof is clad in black, asphalt shingles and there are no chimneys.


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