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195 Beverly Dr., S.
OWNER: Griffith; Corinne ARCHITECT: Hunter; Paul BUILDER: Anderson; Ray V. DESCRIPTION: 195 Beverly Nearly identical to its mate on the opposite corner of Beverly, this is a two story, hipped roof commercial
in the Amei~ican Colonial Revival
300 Bedford Dr., S.
dwelling. Sheathed in stucco and capred by tiled hip and ::;abled roofs, the
forms an "L" around a walled courtyard. Notable fea tures include windmvs with iron grilles and perforated stucco screens. T Tract 7710 Residential Grouping 2133
308 Bedford Dr., S.
by shallowly pitched hip and gabled roofs. The entry is located in the two story wing and classically framed. Windows are casement in type, flanked by shutters, and adorned with window boxes on the upper floor. A stout chimney terminates the
312 Bedford Dr., S.
incorporates such characteristic elements as casement windows and iron grilles. A particularly notable opening is the large front window centered below the front gable which is adorned by a hood which emerges from the exterior
316 Bedford Dr., S.
to a walled courtyard. Two openings pierce the courtyard wall and are filled by iron grilles. The
displays the usual stucco siding and tiled hip and gabled roof asso ciated with the style. Other notable features include a wooden gate
321 Bedford Dr., S.
and gable roofs, the
325 Bedford Dr., S.
in stucco and topped by tiled hip and gabled roofs, the
incorporates a one story three bay arcade which extends into a broader fourth arch over the driveway. Above it a turned wood colonnette supports the double arch of a recessed balcony. Most
336 Bedford Dr., S.
in stucco, the
consists of a one story front gabled wing and a two story hipped roof volume. A secondary material is wood~ used for the rafters which are visible in.the eaves and for a balcony which overlooks the courtyard,
337 Bedford Dr., S.
in white stucco and capped by low pitched tiled and hipped roofs, the
has an L-shaped facade. The rear of the courtyard is spanned by an arcade on the lower story while casement windows adorned with iron grilles and balconies overlook the space
300 Camden Dr., S.
corner of Gregory and Camden. Compatible in size and scale with its neighbors. the L-shaped structure features a conical entrance bay with steeply pitched roof. Clad in stucco, the
has an arched entry with brick surround and half timbering
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