Lucero House - 919 25th Street

 Print Listing Historical Name - Speetzen House
Style - No Style
Built Year - 1946
State ID - 5WL5006

Description - The dwelling at 919 25th Street is a single-story, irregular-shaped, wood frame building which overall measures 37' N-S (deep) by 42' E-W (across). In its current configuration, the residence consists of the original front gabled dwelling, which measures 25' N-S by 30' E-W, and what appears to be a former attached garage, with a saltbox roof. This presumed former attached garage has been converted to living space, and measures 28' N-S by 14' E-W. The façade fronts toward 25th Street on the south elevation. Supported by a low concrete foundation, the house features blue square-cut asbestos shingle siding, and it is covered by a low-pitched front gabled roof covered with grey asphalt composition shingles. The minimally-overhang eaves are boxed with painted white wood trim. A red brick chimney and a non-historic bubble skylight are both located on the east-facing roof slope. The home's windows are primarily 1/1 double-hung sash with painted white wood frames and surrounds. A non-historic white metal-paneled front door leads into the house from a 4' by 4' concrete porch which is recessed under the gable roof eave. A non-historic painted white solid wood door, and a non-historic 1x1 horizontal sliding glass bypass door enter the building at the east end of the façade, where the garage door presumably had been located. A white paneled entry door, covered by a black metal or synthetic storm door, enters the building at the east end of the north (rear) elevation, from a 9' by 6' porch.

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