65 Fourth Street East


1½ storey, pitched-roofed, rendered (rough-cast) house, with ornamented, L-shaped, hip-roofed verandah and shingled gable (c. 1880).

Description – Attractive verandah extends across front of house, and back to recessed entry in projecting wing at RH side. Hipped roof is supported on turned posts with square-section bases. Replacement railing, with square pickets, extends between posts, and newel at entry, with ball-finial top. Posts are crowned with tall brackets to narrow eaves, and widely spaced spindles decorate area below beams, with lower frame supported on traditional braces. Front window consists of two, 1/1, replacement windows (in area of former single-pane lower sash), with patterned-glass transom window in segmental arch above. Recessed to RH side, is 2/2 window (with metal storm). Upper floor has two, 1/1 windows (behind metal storms) with wooden sills and flat lintels. Gable wall rises directly from second floor, and is clad in alternating bands of plain and scalloped-butt shingles. Soffits are clad in beaded boards, and roof is of black asphalt shingles throughout.


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