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North Hyde Park Avenue
1101 Eva Street
(Below in italics is from the 2004 East Durham National Register listing; not verified for accuracy by this author.) 1-story hipped bungalow with a hipped dormer and an engaged porch. The entrance has sidelights. The house is under rehabilitation, and the doors and windows are boarded up. It has allover vinyl siding, and the porch is now enclosed...
506 North Hyde Park Avenue
1-story side-gabled Minimal Traditional-style house with a gabled entrance porch with boxed posts. Ira Page lived in this home in the 1940s and owned a gas sation in East Durham.
504 North Hyde Park Avenue
This one-story side-gable bungalow with 4-over-1 vertical sash windows, a gabled front dormer window, and an engaged Craftsman porch was home to grocer JR Stone and later P.O. carrier Harry L. Goodrich.
502 North Hyde Park Avenue
This side gabled bungalow was home to Howard Ozer Inscoe and his wife Lettie, who owned a grocery store and meat market.
611 North Hyde Park Avenue
This side-gable bungalow with decorative Craftsman sash windows, eave brackets, exposed rafter tails, and a full Craftsman gabled porch was the home of Valentine Fontanella, a textileworker.
609 North Hyde Park Avenue
This side-gable bungalow with weatherboard, 12-over-1 sash windows, eave brackets, exposed rafter tails, and a full gabled Craftsman porch with a brick balustrade was once owned by Howard Newcomb, president of Durham Furniture Company.
605 North Hyde Park Avenue
This house is a 2-story hipped roof Craftsman-style house with 4-over-1 vertical sash windows and a 1-story front porch. The Aldridge-Dowdy family lived here throughout the 1930s and 1940s until it was turned into a nursery school.
603 North Hyde Park Avenue
This side-gable craftsman-style house has 9-over-1 and 6-over-1 sash windows and a front chimney.
601 North Hyde Park Avenue
This two story double-pile side-gable house of Colonial Revival style was owned by Dr. Norman Spikes. Original features are an entrance with a wooden fanlight and sidelights, a vaulted 1-bay entrance porch, and 6-over-6 sash windows.
515 North Hyde Park Avenue
(Below in italics is from the 2004 East Durham National Register listing; not verified for accuracy by this author.) House. Small brick 1-story side-gable Minimal Traditional-style house with 6-over-6 sash windows and a classical door surround. An added porch with metal posts and awning shelters the entrance. Not on 1937 SM. 1940 CD. C Garage. Ca...