216 Madison SE

Built in: 1900
Style: Craftsman/Queen Anne
Vine House - Walking Tour
1976 Heritage Hill Calendar write-up: Built in 1900, this massive Craftsman style home has Queen Anne overtones, notably its large round tower capped by a candlesnuffer roof. It is distinguished by its abundant trim, featuring delicate Adam swags and rows of square medallions on the tower. Mrs. Mary Vice, the widow of Frederick Vince, was locally recognized an active patron of the arts and a devotee of Shakespeare. With Mrs. Frederick Immen, she organized the Shakespearean in 1887 and served as the group's second president in 1892, continuing as honorary president for life.
Past Owners:
Vine, Mrs. Mary (widow of Frederick
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