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«NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES Sunset Hills Historic District Greensboro, Guilford County, GF8233, Listed 1/14/2013 Nomination by Jennifer ...»

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The one-story, five-bay, side-gabled, brick Minimal Traditional-style house features an off-center, frontfacing gable pierced on its upper wall by a round louvered wood vent. Wood posts support the recessed porch that shelters the entry and a German-sided façade wall. Windows are replacement six-over-six. A brick chimney occupies the west elevation, while the east elevation features a small front-gabled, braced hood over a side entrance. A gabled ell extends from the rear. The Cornatzers bought the parcel in September 1939 and likely built the house soon thereafter. He was a partner in Johnson, Cornatzer, and Aulbert, a men’s’ clothier.

Garage 2126 Wright Avenue ca. 1939 Contributing Building A one-story, one-bay, front-gabled, weatherboard garage stands in the rear yard.

Annie J. and Charles Boyd House 2127 Wright Avenue ca. 1930 Contributing Building The one-and-a-half-story, three-bay, side-gabled, weatherboard Colonial Revival-style house features a Tuscan columned front-gabled portico with a wheel window in the flush-sheathed tympanum. Square wood pilasters frame the classical entry composed of a semi-elliptical fanlight over a paneled wood door framed by sidelights. Flush wood sheathes the area around the entry and beneath the portico. Windows are casement type with molded wood lintels over the façade bays. A pair of weatherboard, front-gabled dormers contains six-over-six windows. An interior corbelled brick chimney straddles the roof ridge. A gabled ell extends from the rear. Annie and Charles Boyd, a partner of York & Boyd, lived here for most of the 1930s, but never owned the house.

Garage 2127 Wright Avenue ca. 1930 Contributing Building A one-story, one-bay, front-gabled, weatherboard garage with braced doors stands in the rear yard.

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ca. 1927 Contributing Building The one-and-a-half-story, four-bay, side-gabled, brick house displays a front-gabled entry hood with heavy scrolled brackets and gable returns. It shelters a divided light door. Tuscan columns, which replaced paneled posts, support a southeast corner inset porch that shelters a secondary entry. Windows are four-over-one. A large, front-gabled, vinyl-sided dormer has been added to the front roof slope. An interior brick chimney rises just to the east of the dormer. A gabled ell extends from the rear. Hallie and Dale Preddy bought the parcel in May 1927 and likely built the house soon thereafter. He worked as a teller for Greensboro Bank and Trust, while Hallie Preddy was a clerk for Western Union.

Mary and Lacy Stallings House2129 Wright Avenueca. 1928Noncontributing Building

The one-story, side-gabled with returns, brick house has been altered with the enclosure of front porch, which dominates the façade. The porch displays square pilasters, a stucco gable end with decorative half-timbering, and gable returns. Large, vertical, fixed-glass windows and a sliding-glass door pierce its exterior. Windows throughout are replacement nine-over-nine. A brick chimney occupies the west elevation. An ell on the rear is sheathed in synthetic siding. The Stallings bought the property in April 1928 and likely built the house soon thereafter. He was the assistant engineer for the city water and sewer department.

House2130 Wright Avenueca. 1945Contributing Building

The one-story, three-bay, side-gabled with returns, brick Minimal Traditional house displays an offcenter front gable pierced by an arched-head louvered vent. A brick patio extends along the entire façade forward of the replacement paneled wood door with four large lights. The 1966 Sanborn map indicates that formerly a porch sheltered the west half of the façade, but it has been removed. Windows are replacement six-over-one. A brick chimney occupies the west elevation, forward of the roof ridge.

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Contributing Building The one-story, three-bay, side-gabled, German-sided Craftsman and Colonial Revival-inspired dwelling displays paired Tuscan columns supporting a front-gabled portico with gable returns. Windows are replacement nine-over-nine and topped with a wood lintel. A brick chimney rises from the east gable end, forward of the roof ridge and through the interior if the roof slope. A southwest (rear) corner porch has been enclosed. The Holts bought the parcel in October 1929 and likely built the house soon thereafter. Mr. hold was an attorney. The family owned the house into the mid-1990s.

Garage 2131 Wright Avenue ca. 1930 Contributing Building A one-story, one-bay, front-gabled garage with vertical wood siding stands in the rear yard.

Pauline and M. Leon Ellis House 2132 Wright Avenue ca. 1927 Noncontributing Building The altered, one-story, four-bay, side-gabled, vinyl-sided dwelling features solid triangular braces along its eaves and a modern synthetic front-gabled portico. A screened porch is located on the east end of the façade. Windows are original nine-over-nine. A brick chimney occupies the west elevation, forward of the roof ridge. Pauline and M. Leon Ellis, who lived here in 1928, are the earliest known occupants. He was vice-president of Robert G. Lassiter Company.

Garage 2132 Wright Avenue ca. 1990 Noncontributing Building A one-story, front-gabled, synthetic-sided garage stands in the rear yard.

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The one-story, cross-gabled with gable returns, four-bay, brick dwelling exhibits Tuscan columnettes supporting a front-gabled portico with a stucco tympanum. It shelters the divided-light door. Tuscan columns also support the northeast corner of the façade’s inset porch. Windows are replacement nineover-nine and topped with soldier-course lintels. A brick chimney occupying the west gable end protrudes through the front roof slope. Both side gable ends are sheathed in stucco. A hip-roofed ell extends from the rear elevation. Mary and Harold Williams, a bank teller, bought this parcel in late 1928 and likely built the house soon thereafter. They sold the property in 1934.

Garage 2133 Wright Avenue ca. 1929 Contributing Building A front-gabled, one-bay garage sheathed in vertical-wood siding stands in the rear yard.

Mae and J. Bradford Neese House 2134 Wright Avenue Contributing Building A one-story, four-bay, side-gabled, brick Minimal Traditional-style house features a wide, off-center, brick front gable. Wood columns support a shed-roofed front porch that shelters a vertical-wood, Tudorstyle door with four small lights set in a square pattern. The wide façade chimney displays granite accent blocks on its lower half and on its sloped set off. Soldier-course lintels surmount the replacement oneover-one windows. A synthetic-sided shed dormer rests on the rear roof slope and a screened porch occupies the rear (northwest) corner. Mae and J. Bradford Neese, who worked at AT&T, bought the parcel in February 1939 and built the house the next year. They owned the property until 1946.

Garage 2134 Wright Avenue Contributing Building A one-story, front-gabled garage stands in the rear yard facing West Greenway Drive South.

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ca. 1928 Contributing Building The one-story, three-bay, cross-gabled with gabled returns, brick Period Cottage includes a side-gabled brick entry porch with arched bays that has been screened and fitted with a screened door. The porch contains the front door, which is not visible from the street. A façade chimney marked by a blind arched brick niche and flanked by rectangular louvered wood vents occupies the front-facing gable. A smaller chimney flue straddles the ridge of the side gable. Windows throughout are nine-over-nine and topped by soldier-course lintels. Ethel and Dennis Sweeney, who was director of North Carolina Typothetae, a printers association, bought the property in July 1928 and likely built the house soon thereafter. They sold the property in 1931. The Hodgkin family owned the house from 1931 until 1979.

Garage 2135 Wright Avenue ca. 2000 Noncontributing Building A one-story, two-bay, front-gabled, wood-sided garage stands in the rear yard.

Renee and Leon Kaplan House 2137 Wright Avenue ca. 1947 Contributing Building The one-story, three-bay, side-gabled, original simulated masonry Minimal Traditional-style house is composed of two blocks. The main, three-bay, side-gabled section features a wood, front-gabled entry hood with scrolled metal brackets over a paneled wood and multi-light door. A one-bay-wide block to the west sits slightly lower than the main block. Windows throughout are eight-over-eight and six-oversix and topped with simulated masonry voussoirs with keystones. Synthetic siding surrounds two windows on the west wing; this wing likely originally served as a porch that was enclosed. An interior simulated masonry chimney rises from the front roof slope of the main block. A simulated stone rear ell has been extended and sheathed with synthetic siding in order to connect the one-story, front-gabled, simulated masonry garage to the house. The Kaplans bought the property in 1947 and sold it in 1951. He owned Novelty Fabrics, an upholstery company, according to the 1947 city directory.

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Contributing Building The one-story, three-bay, side-gabled, brick Minimal Traditional-style house features a small front gable over its front door that is sheltered by a metal awning. Windows are eight-over-eight. An interior brick chimney rises just behind the roof ridge. Katie French, who worked for Singer Sewing Machine Company, bought the property in 1949 and likely built the house soon thereafter. She sold the house in 1954.

Garage 2200 Wright Avenue ca. 1990 Noncontributing Building A one-story, two-bay, front-gabled, synthetic-sided garage stands in the rear yard.

House 2201 Wright Avenue Noncontributing Building The one-and-a-half-story, three-bay, side-gabled, vinyl-sided neo-bungalow features a full-width porch with battered posts on brick plinths. Sidelights with panels below frame the door. Windows are six-oversix.

Mae and Russell Arey House 2202 Wright Avenue ca. 1928 Contributing Building The one-story, three-bay, side-gabled, brick house displays an unusual original front-gabled porch with brick posts and a wood fluted column supporting vaulted arches sheathed in stucco with decorative halftimbering. The porch ceiling is beadboard, while the gable end aluminum clad and pierced by a halfcircle, louvered, wood vent. Soldier-course lintels crown the six-over-one windows. A half-circle, louvered wood vent rests on the front roof slope and a brick chimney occupies the west elevation.

Aluminum siding covers the gable ends. Mae and Russell Arey, a clerk at Sands and Company, bought the property in December 1927 and were listed as occupants in the 1928 city directory. By 1935 the Crutchfield family owned and occupied the house.

NPS Form 10-900 OMB Approval No. 1024-0018 (8-86) Garage 2202 Wright Avenue ca. 1928 Contributing Building A one-story, side-gabled, German-sided shed stands in the rear yard.

Dorothy and Thomas Henderson House 2203 Wright Avenue ca. 1941 Contributing Building The one-story, side-gabled, aluminum-sided, Minimal Traditional-style house includes a projecting, offcenter, front-facing gable with a louvered wood vent. A shed roofed entry porch with square wood posts shelters the entry. A modern bay window sheathed in vertical wood siding is to the left (or east) of the entry. A brick chimney straddles the roof ridge. A small shed-roofed hood with square posts shelters a west elevation entry. In 1941, Dorothy and Thomas Henderson, an employee of Odell Hardware, bought this parcel and built the house soon thereafter. They sold the house to J. C. Deal in 1943 Garage 2203 Wright Avenue ca. 1941 Noncontributing Building The one-story, one-bay, front-gabled, aluminum-sided garage with a replacement door stands in the rear yard.

Mary F. and Abraham W. Staley House 2204 Wright Avenue ca. 1927 Contributing Building A one-story, three-bay, front-gabled, weatherboard bungalow with exposed rafter tails along its eaves exhibits triangular knee braces and wood shingles in its two front gables. Wood posts with caps support the smaller gable that shelters an open porch. A divided-light door is tucked under the porch. Windows are nine-over-one. A brick chimney rises from the near the south end of the east elevation. Small side gables intersect with on each side elevation. An enclosed porch and open deck are located on the rear NPS Form 10-900 OMB Approval No. 1024-0018 (8-86) elevation. The Staleys bought the property in October 1926 and likely built the house soon thereafter.

Mr. Staley was a banker. The Staleys owned the house until 1972.

House 2205 Wright Avenue Noncontributing Building The one-and-a-half-story, four-bay, low-pitched-side-gable-roofed brick house features a front-gabled wood portico and a large, synthetic-sided dormer. Windows are six-over-six and six-over-nine.

Mabel and Robert C. Hamlin House 2206 Wright Avenue ca. 1927 Contributing Building A one-story, three-bay, front-gabled, brick bungalow with exposed rafter tails along its eaves exhibits sawn purlins and wood shingles in its two front gables; a pair of three-light windows pierce both upper gables. Paneled wood posts atop brick piers support the smaller gable that shelters an open porch; a wood balustrade spans the porch. A divided-light door is tucked under the porch. Windows are fourover-one and topped with soldier-course lintels. A brick chimney rises from the near the south end of the east elevation. Small side gables with purlins intersect with on each side elevation. An interior brick chimney is located near the rear of the house. Mabel and Robert Hamlin, secretary-treasurer of Hamlin Belt Company, bought the property in September 1926 and likely sold the house soon thereafter. They sold the house in 1933.

Benton-Boone House2207 Wright Avenueca. 1938Contributing Building

The one-and-a-half-story, three-bay, side-gabled, brick Colonial Revival-style dwelling features a classical entrance with fluted pilasters framing a paneled wood door topped by a transom. Windows are six-over-six and topped by soldier-course lintels. A pair of aluminum-sided, front-gabled dormers rests on the front roof slope. A brick chimney occupies the west gable end. The Bentons bought the property in June 1938 and built the house soon thereafter. Mr. Benton was a locomotive engineer. The Bentons sold the house to Aldia G. and Otto K. Boone in 1940. They owned the Greensboro Dry Goods Company. The Boone family still owns the house.



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