403 OTTAWA AVENUE

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403 OTTAWA AVENUE

403
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Durham
NC
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A two-story, Dutch Colonial house with gambrel roof, this house has been significantly altered since it was originally surveyed. Distinctive shake shingles, original wood windows, exposed rafter tails, and the front porch with decorative brackets have all been removed. George H. Kemp and his wife Hazel P. and one child lived here in 1939. George Kemp was a foreman at the Georgetown Silk Company.

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  • Fri, 04/27/2012 - 5:26pm by gary

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403
,
Durham
NC
Cross street: 
Construction type: 
Neighborhood: 
Type: 

 

403Ottawa_1980.jpeg
403 Ottawa, 1980

A two-story, Dutch Colonial house with gambrel roof, this house has been significantly altered since it was originally surveyed. Distinctive shake shingles, original wood windows, exposed rafter tails, and the front porch with decorative brackets have all been removed. The house is two- bays wide and double-pile with a one-story porch along the right (east) side of the house. It stands on brick piers with vinyl siding between them and has an asphalt-shingled roof with shed-roofed wall dormer on the left (west) side.

George H. Kemp and his wife Hazel P. and one child lived here in 1939. George Kemp was a foreman at the Georgetown Silk Company.

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04.10.12

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