Bookter Street

114 Bookter Street () -- post 2010 -
120 Bookter Street () -- post 2010 -
121 Bookter Street (OT-108) -- 2001 - No Style - St. Stanislaus School Fitness Center Two-story, rectangular plan, fitness center resting on a concrete slab foundation, clad with brick veneer, and sheltered by a gable roof. Character defining features include decorative brickwork at ground level, and one-light over one-light aluminum sash windows with louvered metal awnings which are arranged in sets of four and divided by plain brick pilasters.
122 Bookter Street (BD-316) -- c. 1920 - Cottage - 1-story 3x3-bay L-plan cottage with a gable-on-hip roof on the front section and gable roof on the rear.
126 Bookter Street (BD-315) -- c. 1970 - Ranch - 1-story 5x2-bay modern brick veneer house with hip roof.
128 Bookter Street (BD-314) -- c. 1925 - Cottage - 1-story 3x3-bay cottage with hip roof and exposed rafter-tails. Half of front elevation is an undercut porch with a corner column resting on a brick pier.
131 Bookter Street (OT-109) -- 1975 - No Style - St. Stanislaus School Brother Peter Gym - Two-story, rectangular plan, gymnasium that rests on a concrete slab foundation, is clad with brick veneer and pressed metal panels, and is sheltered by a flat roof.
204 Bookter Street (OT-110) -- 1904-1909 - Center Hall/Colonial Revival - 1.5-story, wood frame Colonial Revival hotel that is supported by a foundation of brick piers, is clad in clapboards, and sheltered by intersecting hipped and gabled roofs sheathed with asphalt shingles. Character defining features include a full-width hipped roof porch with paired tapered columns supported by stuccoed pedestals, a center hall plan, and gable returns.
210 Bookter Street (OT-111) -- 2001 - Neo-Colonial - Two-story, rectangular plan, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w) frame dwelling. A porch with simple wood columns and roof balustrade extends across the center three bays. The door, located on the center bay, has sidelights and a transom. Symmetrical one-story wings are set back on the left and right sides. The house rests on a concrete slab foundation, is clad with vinyl siding, and has a pressed metal roof.
214 Bookter Street (OT-112) -- 1885-1895 - Shotgun/L-Galleried Queen Anne Vernacular - Alice Mosely house - One-story, wood frame Queen Anne Vernacular, L-galleried Shotgun house with an inset porch that extends across the gable-front façade and wraps around the left side of the house meeting the left wing. The porch has wood columns, scroll sawn brackets, and a wood balustrade. Decorative shingles fill the front-gable end. Windows are 6/6 wood double-hung-sash with wood louvered shutters. The house is clad with clapboard, and has a front-gable corrugated metal roof.
218 Bookter Street (OT-113) -- 1910-1920 - Bungalow/Gable-Front Center Hall - One-story, frame, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w), vernacular Bungalow with a gable-on-hip roof and a full-width inset porch with square wood columns. The door is located at center on the primary elevation. Windows are single 1/1 double-hung-sash on the gable-front façade and paired on the side façades. The house rests on concrete piers. It is clad in clapboard siding on the primary façade and with asbestos shingles on the side and rear elevations. The house rests on concrete piers, and has exposed rafters and a pressed metal roof.
220 Bookter Street (OT-114) -- 2000 - Vernacular - 1.5-story, frame, vernacular structure supported by concrete block piers, clad in clapboards, and sheltered by a side-gable roof with a sharply pitched center gable. Character defining features include a full-width shed porch, two entries in the primary elevation, 20-light picture windows in the primary elevation and four-light casement windows throughout the rest of the building and in the gable ends.
300 Bookter Street (OT-115) -- 1990-2000 - No Style - One-story, rectangular, commercial building that rests on a concrete slab, is clad in brick veneer, and sheltered by a hip roof sheathed with asphalt shingles.
300a Bookter Street (OT-116) -- 2006-2008 - No Style - One-story, rectangular, concrete block maintenance building that rests on a concrete slab foundation, and is sheltered by a hipped roof sheathed with pressed metal panels.
404 Bookter Street (OT-117) -- 1875-1900 - Vernacular - One-story, wood frame, side-gable vernacular dwelling. This house may have originally been a Creole Cottage, but the right side of the porch was enclosed at an early date to provide additional living space. An inset porch with wood posts extends across the main façade filling the re-entrant angle created by the enclosure. The single door is located on the second bay. Windows are 6/6 wood double-hung-sash. The house rests on brick piers, is clad in clapboards, and has a corrugated metal roof.
408 Bookter Street (OT-118) -- 1999 - Neo-Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, rectangular plan, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) font-gable Neo-Bungalow with a partial-width gable porch which extends across the right two bays. Windows are single and paired 1/1 vinyl double-hung-sash with faux muntins to replicate 6/6 windows. The house rests on a concrete block pier foundation, is clad with composite wood boards, and has an asphalt shingle roof.
413 Bookter Street (OT-119) -- 1930-1960 - No Sty le - St. Stanislaus School Athletic Complex Multi-use stadium designed to accommodate football, soccer, and track and field competitions; a baseball field; and associated outbuildings. Both fields incorporate bleachers, press boxes and scoreboards. Buildings include a tickct booth, field house, and concession stand. The barrier surrounding the complex is comprised of decorative concrete blocks and a chain-link fence.
414 Bookter Street (OT-120) -- c. 1890-1900 - Vernacular Creole Cottage - One-story, wood frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) vernacular Creole Cottage with a full-width inset front porch supported by wood posts and balustrade. The doors with paired, round-arched upper lights are located on the second and third bays. Windows are 6/6 wood double-hung-sash windows. The house is supported by a foundation of brick piers, is clad in clapboard siding, and is sheltered by a side-gable roof sheathed with pressed metal panels. Side-gable additions are set back on the left and right sides.
418 Bookter Street (OT-121) -- 1890-1910 - Shotgun with a Lateral Wing - One-story, wood frame, vernacular Shotgun with a Lateral Wing. A porch extends across the gable-front fa<;ade and wraps around the left side meeting the left wing. The entrances are single doors with transoms. Windows are 2/2 double-hung wood sash windows. The house rests on brick piers, is clad with clapboards, and has a multi-gable pressed metal panel roof. A small addition is on the rear.
428 Bookter Street (OT-122) -- 1910-1920 - No Style - Two-story, wood frame, multi-gable, dwelling. The cladding is in disrepair, consisting of plywood panels over the majority of the structure, with vinyl siding remaining in some parts. The building lacks the integrity to be considered a contributing element in the district.
500 Bookter Street (OT-123) -- 1962 - Ranch - One-story, rectangular plan, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w), side-gable Ranch house clad with a brick veneer skirt and wood novelty siding. The right bay is a three-part picture window. The house has boxed eaves and an asphalt shingle roof.
506 Bookter Street (OT-124) -- c. 1900-1925 - Vernacular Bungalow - One-story, rectangular plan, wood frame, vernacular Bungalow with a gable-on-hip roof and an enclosed full-width inset front porch. The house sets on brick piers, and has a corrugated metal roof.
514 Bookter Street (OT-125) -- 1965 - No Style - One-story, rectangular plan, wood frame, three-bay-wide (d-w-w) gable-front house that is supported by a concrete slab foundation, is clad in novelty siding, and is sheltered roof sheathed in asphalt shingles. Character defining features include a gable entry porch and applied Permastone on the lower half of the primary elevation.
516 Bookter Street (OT-126) -- 1949 - Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, rectangular plan, wood frame, vernacular gable-front Bungalow with a partial-width gable screened porch on the left front bay. The house has a concrete block pier foundation, vinyl siding, boxed eaves, and an asphalt shingle roof.
518 Bookter Street (OT-127) -- c. 1960 - Vernacular - One-story, rectangular plan, wood frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) dwelling supported by concrete block piers, clad in novelty siding, and sheltered by a side-gable roof sheathed with asphalt shingles. Windows are paired 1/1 double-hung-sash with faux muntins.
520 Bookter Street (OT-128) -- 1924-1930 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, rectangular plan, wood frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) gable-front Bungalow that is supported by decorative concrete block piers, is clad in Hardy Plank, and sheltered by a front-gable roof sheathed with asphalt shingles. Character defining features include a scrolled verge board, a partial shed porch, and a shed-roofed addition on the building's rear elevation.
522 Bookter Street (OT-129) -- 1926 - Craftsman Vern. Bungalow - One-story, rectangular plan, wood frame, gable-front Craftsman Vernacular Bungalow with an inset porch supported by a tapered column on a pedestal located on the left front. Other Craftsman features include exposed brackets, knee brackets, and exposed rafters. The house rests on rusticated concrete block piers, is clad in clapboard, and has an asphalt shingle roof. A shed-roofed addition was added to the west (right) elevation of the building sometime after 1944.
526 Bookter Street (OT-130) -- 1924-1930 - Shotgun with Lateral Wing - One-story, wood frame, Shotgun with a Lateral Wing that is supported by a combination foundation of stucco-clad concrete piers and poured concrete. It is clad in vinyl siding, and sheltered by a gable and hip intersecting roof sheathed with asphalt shingles. Other features include a shed entry stoop, a broken slop partial porch in the lateral wing, and wide boxed eaves.
610 Bookter Street (OT-131) -- 1915 - Biloxi Cottage - One-story, rectangular plan, wood frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w), vernacular Biloxi Cottage with a gable-on-hip roof and an inset full-width porch supported by bracketed wood posts. The house rests on concrete block piers, is clad with stucco, and has an asphalt shingle roof.
612 Bookter Street (OT-132) -- 1940 - Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, rectangular plan, wood frame front-gable Bungalow supported by concrete block piers. It lacked cladding at the time of the survey, and the interior had been completely removed. It lacks sufficient integrity to be a contributing element in the district.
614 Bookter Street (OT-133) -- 1950 - No Style - One-story, irregular plan, frame dwelling supported by a concrete block pier foundation and a partial concrete slab. It has a multi-gable roof and is clad with vinyl siding. It has undergone alterations as a result the historic features are no longer identifiable; it is considered a non-contributing building in the district.
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