72 Pine Street

2 ½ storey, red-brick, house with unusual front window and modest central gable (c. 1910).

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Ground Floor – Porch and entrance door at RH side are modern, with half-glazed door of pressed metal in diminished masonry aperture (without transom window) and flanked by modern, wood-grained, metal shutters. Central wall has small, central, lunette window with original patterned glass. Front window has single-pane lower sash under fine, dentilled transom and large, elliptical-arched, transom window, also with original, patterned glass. Window is flanked by similar, incongruous, metal shutters, and nature of masonry above is hidden by large wooden sign advertising business within.

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Second Floor – Second floor has two narrow, original, 2/2 windows (behind metal storms), with shutters as described. Segmental brick arched above are largely hidden within soffit. Gable and Roof – Gable contains central, 1/1, round-headed window and is clad in vertical metal siding. Eaves and fascias of gable are also aluminum-clad, as are soffits to main roof. There are no eavestroughs, and roof is clad in black asphalt shingles. A single-stack chimney, built in modern brick, is at north side

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