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Historic Wilmington Plaque Houses


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Houses listed with the Historic Wilmington Foundation

9 files, last one added on Jul 24, 2007

Adams St.


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Wilmington's 1996 Architectural Survey for Adams Street.

28 files, last one added on Dec 28, 2008

Burnett Boulevard


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Wilmington's 1996 Architectural Survey for Burnett Boulevard.

20 files, last one added on Oct 01, 2007

Carolina Beach Rd.


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Wilmington's 1996 Architectural Survey for Carolina Beach Road.

8 files, last one added on Oct 27, 2007

Central Boulevard


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Wilmington's 1996 Architectural Survey for Central Boulevard.

56 files, last one added on Mar 19, 2009

Harrison St.


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Wilmington's 1996 Architectural Survey for Harrison Street.

30 files, last one added on Oct 06, 2007

Jackson St.


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Wilmington's 1996 Architectural Survey for Jackson Street.

42 files, last one added on Oct 27, 2007

Jefferson St.


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Wilmington's 1996 Architectural Survey for Jefferson Street.

22 files, last one added on Jun 06, 2008

Monroe St.


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Wilmington's 1996 Architectural Survey for Monroe St.

32 files, last one added on Oct 12, 2007

Madison St.


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Wilmington's 1996 Architectural Survey for Madison Street.

14 files, last one added on Sep 22, 2007

Northern Boulevard


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Wilmington's 1996 Architectural Survey for Northern Boulevard.

65 files, last one added on Apr 22, 2008

Southern Boulevard


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Wilmington's 1996 Architectural Survey for Southern Boulevard.

8 files, last one added on Sep 02, 2007

Sunset Avenue


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Wilmington's 1996 Architectural Survey for Sunset Avenue.

25 files, last one added on Oct 12, 2007

Van Buren St.


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Wilmington's 1996 Architectural Survey for Van Buren Street.

40 files, last one added on Feb 03, 2008

Washington St.


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Wilmington's 1996 Architectural Survey for Washington Street.

40 files, last one added on Oct 01, 2007

 

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Random files - Houses in Sunset Park
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Monroe - 2049 (Block 16/Lot 28)Bolton House - 1938
One-story; Bungalow/Craftsman style; frame with simulated siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; projecting gable-front screened porch across left and center bays supported by tapered posts on brick piers; center door flanked by paired, six-over-six sash windows; exterior end chimney rises along north elevation. Property purchased 12/15/1938 by Charles B. Bolton, mechanical engineer, and wife, Louise.

Source: Sunset Park Architectural Site Survey 1996.
(not 100% accurate)

19-APR-06 WALLACE - ANDERSON Book5008 Page2441
05-AUG-03 ANDERSON - BOLTON L Book3935 Page0414
18-MAR-99 BOLTON L - BOLTON C B Book9903 Page1899
20-DEC-38 BOLTON C B L - WACCAMAW BANK & TRUST COMPANY Book0285 Page0336
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Central - 017 (Block 42/Lots 33, 34)Eubanks House - c.1916 (1942)
Two-story; Craftsman style; frame with simulated siding; L-shaped plan; gabled roofs with wide eaves, molded beam ends, and exposed rafters; three bays wide and three bays deep; left front bay contains narrow, tripartite windows at each level; windows have three vertical panes above a single pane; right front bay forms projecting gable-front screened porch with brick corner piers and sheathed skirts; left slope of porch roof extends down along left front bay giving illusion that house is an expanded bungalow. An early house, possibly built by the developers of Sunset Park and rented, property was purchased 11/5/1942 by Guy T. Eubanks, barber, and wife, Mary.

Source: Sunset Park Architectural Site Survey 1996.
(not 100% accurate)
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Sunset Ave - 112 (Block 22/Lot 1)Victor House - 1950
One-story; Ranch style; rough-textured stucco walls; L-shaped plan; hipped roofs; four bays wide and two bays deep; metal casement windows arranged singly and in pairs; hip-roofed carport on west side of house separated by main block by breezeway; carport and breezeway enclosed by lattice work. Property purchased 8/3/1950 by Edward Victor, proprietor of Victor's Stag Bar, and wife, Ruby.

Source: Sunset Park Architectural Site Survey 1996.
(not 100% accurate)
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Washington - 2027 (Block 1/Lot 21)Niven House - 1938 (1935)
One-story; Bungalow/Craftsman style; frame with simulated siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; secondary front gable forms attached porch across left and center bays; six-light upper-panel door flanked by paired, six-over-one sash windows with louvered blinds framing right-bay windows; exterior and chimney rises along north elevation. Property purchased 10/7/1938 by John K. Niven, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad clerk, and wife, Annie.

Source: Sunset Park Architectural Site Survey 1996.
(not 100% accurate)
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Jackson - 2133 (Block 24/Lot 20A)R. Adrian Williams House - 1941
One-story; Cape Cod style; frame with asbestos siding; gable-end roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; entrance in third bay features six-pane upper panel door opening onto stoop with twisted-metal railings and cantilevered, arched-ceiling gable rising above pilasters; windows in first and second bays have six-over-six sash; window in right bay contains eight-over-eight sash. Property purchased 5/14/1941 by R. Adrian Williams, Hobbs Cash Grocery clerk, and wife, Olga.

Source: Sunset Park Architectural Site Survey 1996.
(not 100% accurate)
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Washington - 2150 (Block 5/Lot 14)J.F. Rich House - 1941
One-and-a-half-story; colonial style; frame with simulated siding; gable-front roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; entrance in lower right bay surmounted by gabled roof supported by triangular brackets; front windows contain paired, six-over-six sash and louvered blinds; gable-end addition in south elevation incorporates tall chimney stack. Property purchased 11/7/1941 by Irene Elizabeth Rich for rental income; residence of William T. Eken electrician, and wife, Violet (error-repeat of 2154)

Source: Sunset Park Architectural Site Survey 1996.
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Harrison - 2173 (Block 33/Lot 35A)Murphy House - 1942
One-story; Ranch style; frame with asbestos siding; L-shaped plan with gabled roofs; four bays wide and three bays deep; shed-roofed porch across three right bays terminates at gabled left bay; porch features square posts with lattice infill, and criss-cross pattern balustrades; multi-light front door surround has fluted pilasters and denticulated cornice. Property purchased 6/15/1942 by Dewitt and Leah Murphy.

Source: Sunset Park Architectural Site Survey 1996.
(not 100% accurate)

01-MAR-86 SEGUIN ROLAND H - GILBERT RONALD A KATIE O - Book1322 Page0017
01-SEP-85 GILBERT RONALD A KATIE O - PRIEST JOSEPH G - Book1301 Page0260
01-DEC-82 PRIEST JOSEPH G - ERSKINE EDWIN M JR - Book1213 Page0684
01-SEP-81 ERSKINE EDWIN M JR - MURPHY LEAH PEARSALL - Book1192 Page0253
01-FEB-66 MURPHY LEAH PEARSALL - * NOT IN SYSTEM * - Book0766 Page0030
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Central - 169 (Block 23/Lot 2)Cumber House - 1940
One-story; Bungalow/Craftsman style; frame with simulated siding; clipped gable-end roof has in-filled triangular brackets; three bays wide and three bays deep, windows contain four vertical panes above a single pane; central entrance sheltered beneath peaked, bracketed awning roof; exterior chimney rises to left of entrance; recessed porch with tapered corner posts on brick pier occupies southeast corner of house; paired, four-light attic windows in end gables. Property purchased by Addiell E. Cumber, plumber, and wife, Annie.

Source: Sunset Park Architectural Site Survey 1996.
(not 100% accurate)

01-MAR-86 FRAZIER WILBERT T MARY D - CUMBER LOUISE HATCHER - Book1322 Page 0445
01-FEB-83 CUMBER KENNETH F - * NOT IN SYSTEM * - Book0970 Page 0081

Last additions - Houses in Sunset Park
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Central - 149 (Block 23/Lot 34)Gore House - 1940
One-story; Traditional style; frame with simulated siding; gable-end roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; two left front bays sheltered by shed-roofed porch supported by turned posts; first bay has paired, six-over-six sash windows; second bay contains entrance; right portion of facade forms gable-front bays accentuated by exterior chimney flanked by six-over-six sash windows. Property purchased Marsden W. Gore, route agent, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, and wife, Ollie.

Source: Sunset Park Architectural Site Survey 1996.
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Mar 19, 2009
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Adams - 2017 (Block 4/Lots 22, 20, 5, 6, 7)Cannon House - 1919 (1910/1913)
Two-story; Neoclassical Revival style; frame with plain-edge siding; hipped roof; three bays wide and four bays deep; one-story wraparound porch has square, fluted posts and Composite capitals; projecting right portion of facade surmounted by pediment containing small, square window; pedimented porch entrance frames door containing elliptical pane; secondary entrance at southeast corner of porch; projecting pedimented bay along south elevation has chamfered wall in lower level; windows contain one-over-one sash and molded hoods; interior chimney rises through north slope of hipped roof. Property purchased 9/27/1919 by William A. and Janie A. Cannon.

Source: Sunset Park Architectural Site Survey 1996.
(not 100% accurate)
Dec 28, 2008
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Central - 009 (Block 33/Lots 5 & 6)Hill-Sampson House - 1944
One-story; Colonial Revival style; frame with simulated siding; gable-end roof; three bays wide and three bays deep; central entrance sheltered by gabled entrance porch supported by square posts; windows contain six-over-six sash; transverse gable ell attached to southwest corner of house. Property purchased 10/17/1944 by William and Clara Hill, and Edward and Frances Ward; residence of Clarence W. Sampson, Shipyard electrician, and wife, Sophia.

Source: Sunset Park Architectural Site Survey 1996.
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Dec 28, 2008
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Adams - 2053 (Block 4/Lot 30)Cumber House - 1939
One-and-a-half-story; Tudor style; frame with asbestos siding; gable-end roof; three bays wide and two bays deep; raised patio extends across left portion of front elevation; central entrance bay features projecting gable with arched doorway and asymmetrical roof line sweeping down on right side of facade; exterior chimney with tapered stack rises through long roof slope; paired windows in left bay and single window in right bay contain sash with four vertical panes above a single pane. Property purchased 2/14/1939 by A. Earl Cumber, Jr., plumber, and wife, Daisy.

Source: Sunset Park Architectural Site Survey 1996.
(not 100% accurate)
Jun 06, 2008
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Jefferson - 2060 (Block 16/Lot 18)Pate House - 1955
One-story; Ranch style; frame with vertical siding; low-pitched gable-end roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; two left front windows contain two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; entrance in third bay opens onto small shed-roofed porch with chamfered posts; right bay features tripartite window containing multi-light center section and four-over-four flanking sash; carport attached to south elevation of house. Property purchased 8/9/1955 by Edward H. Pate, Queesnboro Steel Co. driver, and wife, Eula.

Source: Sunset Park Architectural Site Survey 1996.
(not 100% accurate)
Jun 06, 2008
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Adams - 2136 (Block 9/Lots 12)McFarlane House - 1950
One-story; Ranch style; frame with simulated siding; gable-front roof; four bays wide and three bays deep; small window in left front bay contains one-over-one sash; second bay has paired, two-over-two horizontal-pane sash; entrance in third bay sheltered by gabled porch with scrolled metal supports; fourth bay has Chicago style window; raised patio extending from porch to south corner of house enclosed by balustrades; triangular vent occupies gable peak; roof of two rear bays raised slightly above front section of house; interior chimney rises through north slope of roof. Property purchased 9/1/1950 by George McFarlane, for rental income; residence of Shirl W. Berg, Mac's Auto Parts shipping clerk, and wife, Jacqueline.

Source: Sunset Park Architectural Site Survey 1996.
(not 100% accurate)
Jun 06, 2008
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Adams - 2142Jun 06, 2008
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Northern - 409 (Block 14/Lot 4)Palmgren House - 1924 (1916)
Two-story; Prairie style; frame with simulated siding; hipped roof with deep overhangs; hipped-roof porch across elevation supported by square posts; four bays wide and four bays deep; entrance in left bay with tripartite window in right bay; second level has four windows arranged in closely-set pairs on each side of centerline; windows have nine-over-nine sash and metal blinds; hipped-roof dormer centered on facade contains rectangular attic vent. The house is a hip-roofed version of No. 421 Northern Blvd. Property purchased 3/17/1924 by G. Ivan Palmgren, chief clerk, Tidewater Power Co., and wife, Alberta.

Source: Sunset Park Architectural Site Survey 1996.
(not 100% accurate)
Apr 22, 2008