Location Information
(for the Capt. P.A. Dulin House)
Name:Capt. P.A. Dulin House
Address:208 Jefferson Street, East
City/County:Aberdeen, Monroe County
Architectural Information
Construction Date:c.1910
Architectural Styles(s):Free Classical, Queen Anne
No. of Stories:1.5
Registration Information
NR District Name:South Central Aberdeen
NR Status:Contributing
Element No.:80
Brief Description
Weatherboard-sided Free Classical Queen Anne residence with a generally rectangular, hipped massing and multiple gabled projecting bays. The house rests on continuous brick foundation and features an asphalt-shingled roof with boxed eaves. Projecting gabled bays on the side elevations feature a 1/1 double-hung wood sash in the gable end. The facade (south) is three bays (2W, D, W) with a centered, single-leaf glazed entry door with sidelights and transom. Windows are 2(vertical)/2(vertical) or 1/1 double-hung wood sash. Most have exterior storm windows. The facade features a projecting front-gabled bay with fixed light in the attic. A front gable is also on the front roof slope flush with the facade and feature a triangular fanlight in its peak. A porch is inset in the front ell and features a plain frieze and fluted Ionic columns. The porch wraps around the east elevation and rests on a rusticated concrete block foundation. A secondary entry door (glazed) accesses the east projecting bay via the porch. A second, lower projecting bay is on the east elevation.
Historic Information
1899 and 1905 Sanborn maps show a much different footprint. The 1910 Sanborn depicts a similar footprint to the present building.