Carroll Avenue

102 Carroll Avenue (OT-151) -- c. 1945-1955 - Minimal Traditional - One-story, frame, symmetrical Minimal Traditional residence with multiple side-gable roofs, Palladian influenced windows, and pilasters at the center bay door. The first and fifth window bays are on wings that extend from the left and right sides of the house. It has a concrete slab foundation, clapboard cladding, 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
103 Carroll Avenue (OT-152) -- c. 1935 - Tudor Revival - One-story, frame, brick veneer Tudor Revival dwelling that has a side-gable roof with multiple wall gables on the main façade. The gabled entry door has a four-light fanlight; the window to the right of the door is a large picture window with fanlight and brick arch. Distinctive features include decorative beams, exposed rafters covered by fascia, lead glass windows, and brick accents over the doors, windows and on the chimney. The chimney is located offset left on the main façade; it is stepped and has a round-arched brick tapestry panel that references the door and picture window. Windows are a combination of 12/2 wooden double-hung windows, faux ten-light vinyl casement windows, and fixed-light diamond-pattem windows. The house has a terracotta tile roof.
105 Carroll Avenue (OT-153) -- 1927 - Craftsman - One-story, frame, Craftsman residence with an inset full-width screened front porch supported by massive tapered columns resting on square pedestals and a closed balustrade. The house is clad in stucco. Windows are 4/1 wooden double-hung and 1/1 vinyl double-hung-sash windows. The roof materials and type are obscured by a plain parapet with a simple molded cornice.
106 Carroll Avenue (OT-154) -- 1904-1909 - Craftsman Bungalow - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) Craftsman Bungalow with a front-gable roof and inset full-width front porch supported by tapered columns on rusticated concrete block pedestals. Columns are capped with a wooden cross-piece projecting on either side giving the column a "T" shape. The entrance is a double-door with an eight-light transom located offset left on the second bay. The house has a brick pier foundation; clapboard siding; 4/1, 4/2 and 2/2 wooden double-hung windows, and an asphalt shingle roof. Other Craftsman features include exposed rafters and decorative beams.
107 Carroll Avenue (OT-155) -- 1924-1930 - Craftsman Vernacular - One-story, frame, Craftsman Vernacular H-plan residence with a multiple hip roof. The center bays have a hip partial porch supported by massive tapered columns resting on large square pedestals. The house has a pier foundation, stucco cladding, paired 2/2 wooden double-hung windows, 1/1 aluminum double-hung windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
108 Carroll Avenue (OT-156) -- 1909-1917 - Colonial Revival Vernacular - One-story, frame, Colonial Revival Vernacular Bungalow with an intersecting gable roof; a partially enclosed inset front porch supported by square wood columns with simple capitals, extends across the front-gable façade. The house sets on a brick pier foundation, is clad in clapboard, and has a combination of 6/6, 9/2 and 15/2 wooden double-hung windows and 6-light wood casement windows. It is sheltered by a slate gable roof.
109 Carroll Avenue (OT-157) -- c. 1895 - Eastlake - Two-story, frame, Eastlake residence with an intersecting jerkinhead roof, shed full-width front porch, central chimney accentuated by a decorative chimney cap, and multiple rear gable additions. Eastlake features include decorative brackets, scrollwork, turned posts and balustrade on the front porch; stained glass transoms; hexagonal shingles in the gable ends; and saw-tooth rafter tails. The house has a brick pier foundation, wood novelty siding, 2/2 and 2/4 wooden double-hung windows, and an asbestos shingle roof.
111 Carroll Avenue (OT-158) -- c. 1900-1910 - Queen Anne Vernacular - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) Queen Anne Vernacular residence with a gable-on-hip roof, inset full-width porch, shed roof rear addition, and attached carport (left side). Distinctive features include a square stained glass window in the front gable end; entrance door with sidelights and transom located offset left on the main façade; and an inset full-width front porch supported by tapered columns resting on decorative concrete block pedestals. The house has a brick pier foundation, vinyl siding, and 12/1,3/1, and 2/1 double-hung wood windows.
112 Carroll Avenue (OT-159) -- c. 1900-1910 - Colonial Revival Vernacular Double Shotgun - 1.5-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) Colonial Revival Vernacular Double-Shotgun with a hip roof and an inset full-width front porch supported by square wood columns. A wide hip dormer with triple multi-light windows and scroll-sawn balustrade is located center on the main façade. Doors with two-light transoms are located on the second and third bays. The first bay is a floor-length window; the fourth bay is a small, square window. The house has a brick pier foundation, shiplap siding, 2/4, 20/2, and 2/2 wooden double-hung windows, decorative stained glass, exposed rafters, and a pressed metal roof.
114 Carroll Avenue (OT-160) -- 1905-1915 - Craftsman Bungalow/Gable-Front/Double Shotgun - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w), gable-front Double Shotgun Craftsman Bungalow with a full-width, inset front porch supported by tapered wood columns on rusticated concrete block pedestals. Doors with multilight transoms are located on the second and third bays. It has a concrete block pier foundation, Hardy Plank siding, 5/1 wooden double-hung windows, and an asphalt shingle roof. Other features are decorative beams, stickwork, and two vertical, five-light, milk glass windows, which are located in the stuccoed front gable end.
115 Carroll Avenue (OT-161) -- c. 1895-1910 - Colonial Revival Vernacular - One-story, frame, Queen Anne Vernacular residence with a side-gable roof, wraparound porch supported by wood columns, and two front doors with transoms. It has a brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, single and paired 2/2 wooden double-hung windows with wood louvered shutters, and a pressed metal roof.
116 Carroll Avenue (OT-162) -- c. 1980-1990 - Neo-Eclectic - One-story, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w) Neo-Eclectic residence with an inset full-width porch and a hip roof. It has a concrete slab foundation, brick cladding, 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows, and a pressed metal roof.
120 Carroll Avenue (OT-163) -- c. 1900 - Queen Anne - One-story, frame, Queen Anne dwelling with an intersecting gable roof; the right bay advances forming a front-gable wing that has diagonal comers and overhanging eaves with scroll-sawn brackets. A porch fills the right front reentrant angle formed by the intersection of the two wings; the porch has turned posts and spindlework and a replacement square-cut wood balustrade. The house has a brick pier foundation, novelty siding, 6/6 wooden double-hung windows, 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and an asphalt shingle roof. A decorative bargeboard with turned spindles and cutwork decorates the front-gable end.
121 Carroll Avenue (OT-164) -- 1924 - Craftsman Bungalow/Side-Gable - 1.5-story, frame, side-gable Craftsman Bungalow with a shed dormer at center on the main façade and an inset full-width front porch. The porch is supported by paired tapered columns resting on brick pedestals and has a closed brick balustrade. Other Craftsman features include exposed rafters, brackets, and decorative beams. The house has a pier foundation, clapboard siding, 8/2 wooden double-hung windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
124 Carroll Avenue (OT-165) -- 1970-1980 - Neo-Eclectic - One-story, frame, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w) Neo-Eclectic residence with a side-gable roof and an inset full-width front porch supported by turned posts. The house has a concrete slab foundation, brick and composite wood cladding, 9/6 and 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and an asphalt shingle roof.
125 Carroll Avenue (OT-166) -- 1895-1910 - Vernacular - One-story, frame, two-bay-wide (d-w) vernacular dwelling with a side-gable roof, inset full-width front porch, and a rear gable-roof addition. Distinctive features include a front door with transom and sidelights and a threesided bay with windows on the diagonal faces (second bay). The house has a brick pier foundation, Hardy Plank siding, 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and a pressed metal roof.
126 Carroll Avenue (OT-167) -- 1917-1924 - Craftsman Bungalow/Side-Gable - 1.5-story, frame, two-bay-wide (d-w) side-gable Craftsman Bungalow with an inset full-width front porch, a shed dormer with four 12-light windows, and a shed roof rear addition. Craftsman features include tapered columns on brick pedestals and brick balustrade, decorative beams, and brackets. The house has a brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, 6/6 wooden double-hung windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
127 Carroll Avenue (OT-168) -- 1948 - Minimal Traditional - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) Minimal Traditional dwelling with a side-gable roof, gable entry porch, and a screened-in porch set back on the right elevation. It has a continuous concrete foundation, vinyl siding, 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and an asphalt shingle roof.
128 Carroll Avenue (OT-169) -- 1965-1975 - Ranch - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-w-d-w) Ranch house with a side-gable roof, inset entry porch, attached carport (right side), and an outbuilding connected to the house by a breezeway. It has a concrete slab foundation, brick veneer cladding, 6/6 aluminum double-hung windows with faux mullions, and an asphalt shingle roof.
130 Carroll Avenue (OT-170) -- c. 1895-1900 - Creole Cottage - 1.5-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) vernacular Creole Cottage with a side gable roof, two hip dormers, an inset full-width front porch, and a shed roof rear addition. It has a brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, new brick veneer on the main façade, 9/6 and 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and a pressed metal roof.
131 Carroll Avenue (OT-171) -- 1903 - Colonial Revival/Craftsman elements - Two-story, frame, Colonial Revival Vernacular dwelling with Craftsman elements. It has a multi-gable-front roof, gable partial porch, and a gabled addition on the right side. Distinctive features include Craftsman doors and brackets. The house has a brick pier foundation, Hardy Plank siding, 16/2 wooden double-hung windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
133 Carroll Avenue (OT-172) -- 1930-1944 - Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) vernacular gable-front Bungalow with a shed entry porch (offset left on the second bay), brackets, exposed rafters, and a shed roof rear addition. It has a brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, single and paired 6/6 wooden double-hung windows, 6/6 and 4/4 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and an asbestos shingle roof.
134 Carroll Avenue (OT-173) -- c. 1895 - Center Hall/Colonial Revival - 1.5-story, frame, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w) Colonial Revival Center Hall dwelling with an inset porch. Square wood columns extend across the main façade and wrap around the right side. The main door with sidelights and transom is located on the center bay. A Palladian window is located in the large center gable on the main façade. It has a bay window with cutaway bays on the right elevation, and a gabled addition in the rear. The house has a brick pier foundation, wood novelty siding, 6/6 wooden double-hung windows, 2/2 and 4/4 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and a multi-gable asphalt shingle roof.
200 Carroll Avenue (OT-174) -- 1895-1900 - Shotgun/L-galleried - One-story, frame, vernacular L-galleried Shotgun with a gable-on-hip roof and an inset wraparound porch that extends across the primary elevation wrapping around the left reentrant angle. The porch is supported by replacement square columns and brick pedestals. Multiple doors with arched transoms open onto the porch. Small stained glass windows are in the gable ends. The house has a brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, 6/6 wooden double-hung windows, brick skirting (a later addition), and a pressed metal roof.
204 Carroll Avenue (OT-175) -- c. 1895-1900 - Queen Anne - One-story, frame, Queen Anne residence with an intersecting gable roof, a shed partial porch with turned posts in the left front reentrant angle and two rear gable additions. Queen Anne features include cutaway bays with turned and cutwork brackets, pendants, and shingle work in the gable-ends. The house has a brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, entrance door with transom, 2/2 wooden double-hung windows with louvered shutters, and a pressed metal roof.
208 Carroll Avenue (OT-176) -- c. 1900-1910 - Center Hall/Vernacular - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) vernacular Center Hall house with a hip roof, a wide center gable with returns, and a center inset entry porch with, a circular, scalloped awning and a door with transom. First and third bays are triple aluminum double-hung windows. The house has clapboard siding and a pressed metal roof.
212 Carroll Avenue (OT-177) -- c. 1895-1900 - Queen Anne/L-Plan - One-story, frame, L-plan Queen Anne residence with an intersecting gable roof and a shed porch in the left front reentrant angle featuring turned posts, spindlework, brackets and balustrade. The right gable-front wing has diagonal comers with overhanging eaves, vertical stickwork above and below the windows, decorative shingles in the gable end, and 1/1 wood double-hung windows with louvered shutters. The main entrance has a two-light over three-panel door. The house has a brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, 1/1 and 2/2 double-hung wood windows, and a corrugated metal roof.
302 Carroll Avenue (OT-178) -- 1895-1900 - Shotgun/L-galleried - One-story, frame, vernacular L-galleried Shotgun house with a gable-on-hip roof. The wraparound porch is currently undergoing restoration. It has a concrete block pier foundation, Hardy Plank siding, 2/2 double-hung windows with faux mullions and louvered shutters, and a corrugated metal roof.
304 Carroll Avenue (OT-179) -- c. 1895-1900 - Center Hall/Vernacular - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) vernacular Center Hall residence with a gable-on-hip roof, inset full-width porch supported by square wood columns, and a cutaway bay with a diamond shaped stained glass window (right bay). A diamond window is also in the front gable end. The center bay entrance has sidelights and a stained glass transom. The dwelling has a brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, 2/1 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and a corrugated metal roof.
307 Carroll Avenue (OT-180) -- 2006-2008 - Post-Katrina Coastal Arch. - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (d-w-w) post-Katrina dwelling with a side-gable roof, a partially recessed gable porch, brackets, and exposed rafters. It has a continuous concrete foundation, composite wood siding, and an asphalt shingle roof.
308 Carroll Avenue (OT-181) -- c. 1900 - Vernacular - One-story, frame, two-bay-wide (d-w) vernacular residence with an intersecting gable roof. On the primary elevation, the roof extends into a broken slope which shelters an inset porch on the left bay. The door has a two-light transom. The right bay is a triple 6/6 double-hung wood sash window. Other windows are 6/6 and 2/2 wooden double-hung-sash. The house has a brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, a corrugated metal roof, and multiple shed roof additions.
308b Carroll Avenue (OT-182) -- c. 1965-1975 - Ranch - One-story, frame, Ranch house with an asphalt shingle hip roof, brick veneer siding, and a concrete slab foundation.
310 Carroll Avenue (OT-183) -- c. 2006-2008 - Neo-Bungalow/Post Katrina - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) Post-Katrina Neo-Bungalow with a gable-on-hip roof, a full-width inset porch supported by square wood posts, and a segmentally arched center door. Windows are 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux muntins. The house sits on a concrete block pier foundation, has vinyl siding, and a pressed metal roof.
311 Carroll Avenue (OT-184) -- c. 1970 - Neo-Bungalow - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) Neo-Bungalow with a front-gable roof, a smaller projecting front gable (left bay) and a hip partial porch that extends across the second and third bays. It has a concrete slab foundation, Hardy Plank cladding, 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux muntins, and an asphalt shingle roof.
312 Carroll Avenue (OT-185) -- c. 1915 - Biloxi Cottage/Craftsman Vernacular - 1.5-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) Craftsman Vernacular Biloxi Cottage that has two front doors with transoms flanked by 4/4 wood double-hung windows. The house has a duel-pitch, flared hip roof, inset full-width porch supported by tapered columns on square pedestals, and a central gable dormer with paired 2/2 windows. It sits on a brick pier foundation, is clad in vinyl siding, and has a corrugated metal roof.
313 Carroll Avenue (OT-186) -- c. 1905 - Biloxi CottageA7ernacular - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) vernacular Biloxi Cottage with a pented front-gable roof; inset full-width porch with wood posts and new decorative spindlework; and an oval vent in the gable end. The doors on the second and third bays have two-light transoms. It has a brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, a pressed metal roof, and a shed roof rear addition.
314 Carroll Avenue (OT-187) -- 1924-1930 - Craftsman Vern. Bungalow - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) Craftsman Vernacular gable-front Bungalow with a partially enclosed full-width gable porch on the second and third bays, exposed rafters, and decorative beams. It has a pier foundation, vinyl siding, 6/2 wooden double-hung windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
316 Carroll Avenue (OT-188) -- c. 1895 - Queen Anne/T-Front - One-story, frame, Queen Anne T-front house with an intersecting gable roof. The house features a wraparound porch with beveled posts, brackets and spindlework; and cutaway bays. Doors with transoms are located on the front gable end and in the left and right reentrant angles. The Victorian front door has two round arches over blind panels. The house is clad in clapboard siding, and has 4/4 wooden double-hung windows with louvered shutters, a pressed metal roof, and two rear gable additions.
317 Carroll Avenue (OT-189) -- c. 1900 - Shotgun/L-Galleried - One-story, frame, vernacular L-Galleried Shotgun house with a gable-on-hip roof and wraparound porch supported by triple wood posts on rusticated concrete block pedestals and a closed balustrade. It has a brick pier foundation, clapboard cladding, 6/6 wooden double-hung windows with faux mullions, and an asphalt shingle roof.
318 Carroll Avenue (OT-190) -- c. 1915 - Shotgun/L-galleried/Craftsman - One-story, frame, Craftsman Vernacular L-galleried Shotgun. The front section of the house has a gable-on-hip roof; a gable section with returns is at the rear. The house has an inset wraparound porch supported by paired wood columns on rusticated concrete block pedestals. The doors have transoms and windows are 2/2 wooden double-hung-sash. The house has a brick pier foundation, asbestos shingle cladding, and an asphalt shingle roof.
319 Carroll Avenue (OT-191) -- c. 1895-1900 - Creole Cottage/Vernacular - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) vernacular Creole Cottage. The two front doors (paneled doors with two upper lights and transoms) are flanked by 6/6 wooden double-hung windows with louvered shutters. The full-width inset porch is supported by paired and single wood columns on square rusticated concrete block pedestals which represent a later, but historic, alteration. The dwelling sits on brick piers, is clad with Hardy Plank, and has a side-gable asphalt shingle roof.
320 Carroll Avenue (OT-192) -- c. 1900 - T-Front/Vernacular - One-story, frame, vernacular T-front residence with intersecting gables and a wraparound porch supported by replacement square posts and balustrade. It has a brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and a corrugated metal roof.
321 Carroll Avenue (OT-193) -- c. 1900 - Vernacular - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) vernacular dwelling with a pented side-gable roof and partially enclosed shed partial front porch supported by replacement wood columns and balustrade. The enclosure on the left bays has two six-light windows. The center door with transom is flanked by 6/6 double-hung wood sash windows. Other windows are 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows. The house has a brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, and an asphalt shingle roof.
323 Carroll Avenue (OT-194) -- 2006-2008 - Post-Katrina Coastal Arch. - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) post-Katrina residence with a hip roof and a rectangular cupola with a hip roof. It has a concrete slab foundation, vinyl siding, 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and an asphalt shingle roof.
325 Carroll Avenue (OT-195) -- c. 1905 - Queen Anne Vernacular - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) Queen Anne Vernacular dwelling. The left bay is gabled and has cutaway comers and a 2/2 double-hung-sash window. The center bay entrance is a French door with multi-light sidelights and transom, and the right bay is a floor-length window. The gabled front porch extends across the right two bays, and is supported by square wood columns on rusticated concrete block pedestals. Other features include decorative beams and decorative shingles in the gable ends. The porch gable has a rectangular louvered vent, and the front gable ends have decorative shingles. The house is supported by brick piers, is clad in clapboard, and has a front-gabled asphalt shingle roof.
326 Carroll Avenue (OT-196) -- c. 1895 - Shotgun with Lateral Wing/Queen Anne Vernacular - One-story, frame, Shotgun with a wide Lateral Wing exhibiting Queen Anne Vernacular stylistic elements. It has an intersecting gable roof with a full-width inset porch on the gable façade and a hip porch extending across the left lateral wing. Doors with two-light transoms are located on the gable façade and on the lateral wing; the lateral wing has diagonal comers. Decorative shingle work and verge boards are in the gable ends. The house is supported by brick piers, is clad in clapboard, and has 6/6 and 1/1 wooden double-hung windows.
327 Carroll Avenue (OT-197) -- 1955 - Minimal Traditional - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-w-d-w) Minimal Traditional house which is composed of three side-gable segments (with the middle segment advancing) and an attached carport. It has a continuous concrete foundation, vinyl siding, 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and an asphalt shingle roof.
330 Carroll Avenue (OT-198) -- 1930-1944 - Vernacular Bungalow/Side-Gable - One-story, frame, vernacular, side-gable Bungalow with an enclosed gable partial porch, a large side-gable addition on the left side, and a shed roofed screen porch addition on the right side. The house has 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows. It sits on a pier foundation, is clad in vinyl, and has a faux slate roof.
331 Carroll Avenue (OT-199) -- c. 1955-1960 - Vernacular - One-story, frame, vernacular residence with a side-gable roof, shed partial porch, and attached carport. It has a continuous concrete foundation, vinyl siding, 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and a pressed metal roof.
333 Carroll Avenue (OT-200) -- 2006-2008 - Post-Katrina Coastal Arch. - 1.5-story post-Katrina residence with a hip roof, gable half-story, shed wing on the left side, and an inset full-width porch. It has a concrete block pier foundation, Hardy Plank cladding, 3/1 vinyl double-hung windows, and a pressed metal roof.
334 Carroll Avenue (OT-201) -- c. 2006-2008 - Post-Katrina Coastal Arch. - 1.5-story, frame, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w) post-Katrina residence with a side-gable roof, inset full-width porch, and three gable dormers. It has a concrete slab foundation, brick veneer, 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
336 Carroll Avenue (OT-202) -- 1910 - Vernacular - One-story, frame, vernacular residence with a gable roof, replacement hip full-width porch, and shed roof additions on the left and rear sides. It has a replacement continuous concrete foundation, brick and asbestos cladding, 2/2 aluminum double-hung windows, and an asphalt shingle roof. Decorative elements include verge board.
338 Carroll Avenue (OT-203) -- c. 1950-1960 - Ranch - One-story, frame four-bay-wide (w-w-d-w) side-gabled Ranch house that has a shed porch with replacement columns and balustrade, composite wood siding and brick skirting, and paired 2/2 aluminum windows. The left window bay is slightly recessed from the central section of the house.
340 Carroll Avenue (OT-204) -- 1957 - Ranch - One-story Ranch house with a hip roof, inset carport, and attached carport addition. It has a concrete slab foundation, painted concrete block cladding, 3-light sliding aluminum windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
342 Carroll Avenue (OT-205) -- 1955 - Contemporary - One-story Contemporary residence with a hip roof, wide eaves, decorative brick screening at the entrance, and an attached carport. It has a concrete slab foundation, brick veneer cladding, single-pane aluminum sliding windows, and a pressed metal roof.
345 Carroll Avenue (OT-206) -- 1980 - Ranch - One-story, frame, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w) brick veneered Ranch house; bays are asymmetrically arranged. The dwelling has a hip roof, single and paired 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows, a concrete slab foundation, and a rear addition clad in Hardy Plank.
401 Carroll Avenue (OT-207) -- c. 1920-1930 - Craftsman Vern. Bungalow - One-story, gable-front Craftsman Vernacular Bungalow with an intersecting left side-gable which flanks the enclosed inset partial porch and attached porte-cochere. The frame structure rests on brick piers, is sheathed in composite wood siding, has Craftsman style wooden double-hung windows, and an asphalt shingle roof. Attached at right is a recently constructed side-gabled, Neo-Bungalow in-law cottage with a full-width front-gable porch.
403 Carroll Avenue (OT-208) -- 1949 - Ranch - One-story, brick-veneer Ranch house arranged in three side-gable segments. The center section creates the primary living space, and is set forward from the other two sections. The left segment houses two garage bays, one of which has been enclosed for increased living space. The building has a concrete slab foundation, an inset partial porch, and new 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows.
404 Carroll Avenue (OT-209) -- 1904 - Vernacular - One and two-story complex gable house, clad with clapboard. The one-story section with gable-on-hip roof is the primary street façade. It has an inset porch on the left side supported by turned wood posts; the entrance door has a transom. A second-story addition was added to the east-west axis circa 1996. The gable-on-hipped roof street elevation has 4/4 wooden double-hung windows. The two-story addition has 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, a shed-roofed double-galleried porch, square wood windows, and pents in the gable ends.
406 Carroll Avenue (OT-210) -- 1950 - Minimal Traditional - One-story, frame, Minimal Traditional side-gable house with a central front projecting gable accentuated by a smaller projecting gable that highlights the entrance. Window types include 2/2 wooden double-hung-sash, 2/2 aluminum double-hung, and two single-pane picture windows with sidelights. The house sits on a continuous concrete foundation, is clad in vinyl, and has an asphalt shingle roof and two shed roof additions.
408 Carroll Avenue (OT-211) -- c. 1995-2005 - Neo-Eclectic/Neo-Colonial - 1.5-story, frame, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w) Neo-Eclectic residence with an inset full-width porch, side-gable-on-hip roof, and three pedimented gable dormers.
409 Carroll Avenue (OT-212) -- c. 1900-1910 - Queen Anne Vernacular with Craftsman alterations - One-story, side-gable, four-bay-wide (w-d-w-d) Queen Anne Vernacular house. Bays are asymmetrically arranged. The house is clad with novelty siding, and features cutaway bays, an inset full-width porch (created from the former wraparound porch), and two front doors with two-light transoms. The fourth bay door is a four-panel wood door with frosted glass panes. The house also has Craftsman alterations in the form of tapered columns on rusticated concrete block pedestals and faux exposed rafters. The house is supported by brick piers, and has a pressed metal roof. Additions are at the rear.
410 Carroll Avenue (OT-213) -- c. 1895-1910 - Queen Anne Vernacular with Craftsman alterations - Two-story, frame, Queen Anne Vernacular residence with an intersecting gable-on-hip roof, hip-roofed wraparound porch with turned posts and balustrade, irregular floor plan, and cutaway bays. The house has vinyl siding, 2/2 wooden double-hung windows (floor-length on the first story) with louvered shutters, and an asphalt shingle roof. It is supported by brick piers. The two wood doors have segmentally-arched upper lights with segmentally-arched transoms; a third door on the second floor is accessed by a flight of stairs.
411 Carroll Avenue (OT-214) -- 1947 - Craftsman Vernacular - One-story, Craftsman Vernacular, side-gable, frame house with pier foundation, clapboard siding, and a gable entry porch accentuated by brick columns and a round-arched wooden door. The east half (right) of the primary elevation has been in-filled to meet the edge of the entry porch. Windows are 6/1 and 2/2 wooden double-hung-sash, three-light louvered aluminum, and 1/1 aluminum double-hung windows. The roof is clad in asphalt shingles. Two additions extend from the west (left) side.
412 Carroll Avenue (OT-215) -- c. 1940 - Vernacular Bungalow/Side-Gable - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w), vernacular, side-gable Bungalow. A gabled partial-width front porch extends across the center entrance bay; it is supported by replacement turned posts. The house has recently installed, paired 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows. The house rests on a pier foundation, is clad in vinyl siding, and has a pressed metal roof. A large addition extends from the rear of the building.
414 Carroll Avenue (OT-216) -- 1941 - Vernacular - One-story, frame, vernacular dwelling with a gable-on-hip roof. On the right side of the main façade is a three-bay clipped-gable shallow projection with a stuccoed, inset, round-arched entry porch capped with a gable. At center are triple windows with round-arched transoms. The left bay (paired windows) advances. The house rests on a pier foundation, has new vinyl siding, 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows, an asphalt shingle roof, and a rear shed addition.
415 Carroll Avenue (OT-217) -- 1920 - Craftsman Vern/Shotgun with a Lateral Wing - One-story, frame, Craftsman Vernacular Shotgun with a Lateral Wing, multi-gabled roof, and an inset full-width porch on the gable-front façade. The porch is supported by tapered columns resting on rusticated concrete block piers. Windows are 6/6 and 6/2 wooden double-hung-sash windows with faux louvered shutters. The doors are one-light over three-panel doors. The house is clad in vinyl siding, and has a stuccoed brick pier foundation.
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