19 Linden Ave.

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19 Linden Ave.
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Photo taken 1999/12/09
Use SingleFamily
Year Built 1875
Lot Size 5018
Square Footage 3001
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2.0
Data 19 Linden Ave
Parcel R72 01212 0040
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The Weldy house is a classic example of High Victorian Italianate architecture. The design is a cruciform shape with a polygonal front bay featuring three elongated windows. The interior is accentuated by butternut (white walnut) woodwork. The front entry is graced by an exquisite barrel-vaulted staircase with a circular window at the landing. Marble mantels decorate the parlors and the dining room.

Due to water damage, the first floor bathroom was totally renovated. French doors, maple flooring, and wainscoting was added. Another recent project is in the master bedroom. The fireplace mantel was stripped to the original oak providing a striking focal point for the room.

Architectural type

High Victorian Italianate

Ownership history

This home was built in 1874 for Mrs. Ella Weldy as an investment. Dr Frank Thomson was the first homeowner to actually live in the house. He purchased it in 1902 for use as his office and residence. In 1928, it was used by Dr. Homer Harris as his office and residence also. The formal parlor was used as the examination room.

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