138 Prospect NE

Built in: 1925
Style: Elizabethan Revival/Tudor Revival
Description:
Blair House - 1971 Tour, 1984 Tour, 1996 Tour, 2006 Tour
Comments:
Mr. Charles B. Blair built his lovely Elizabethan Revival style home in 1925, the half-timbering making its Tudor influence readily apparent. Typical of the English style are the many small paned mullioned windows. Note the interesting oriel window with its leaded diamond-shaped panes. This home was converted to a two-family home and then in 1969, back to a single-family residence, making it one of t he first homes to become part of what is a growing movement in the historic district -- the reconversion of homes, increased owner occupancy and a resulting decrease in residential density.
Past Owners:
Charles B. Blair
C. Douglas Wasmuth
Jack H.B. Herts
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