Woody House - 1532 9TH AV

 Print Listing Historical Name - T.P. Rhiner House
Style - Late Victorian/Queen Anne
Built Year - 1906-1909
State ID - 5WL3111

Description - This vernacular Queen Anne style residence is a rectilinear, one-and-one-half story, wood frame structure with a composition shingle, gabled roof. Roof features include cross gable with beadboard soffit and return with raking moulding. It has a stone foundation and wood lap siding. The main facade is broken into three bays and contains a front entrance on the north side of the porch. The one-story, wood porch has three columns with a low balustrade rail. Windows are wood frame, double hung with metal frame storm windows and fixed picture window with decorative transom. The brick chimney is located near the back of the center gable.

Historical Background - This house was built between 1906 - 1909, probably in 1909. The first owner of the house was T.P. Rhiner, a plumber with JD Potter P & H Company. Rhiner and his wife and family lived here until approximately 1913, when there is no listing for 1532 9th Avenue, and Rhiner and his family are listed at 1533 9th Avenue. John Finke, a hay buyer, lived at 1532 in 1915 with his wife, Agnes and their children. And Daniel Scott lived in the house from approximately 1917 until 1922. He was a city mail carrier.