24205 W. LOCKPORT STREET
24205 (706) W. Lockport Street – Residential (c.1870s)
This is a late 19th century two-story wood framed house with a cross gable roof built in a vernacular T-Plan that has been converted to commercial use. The main massing of the house remains visible behind a modern, large enclosed front porch that wraps around the front leg of the T. The porch has a low-sloped hipped roof. The windows are all double hung set individually on the elevations with casing surrounds and molded heads. Though two stories, the second floor is of shorter height and the windows are only in the gabled ends. A historic one-story addition is at the rear. The entire structure has been re-sided with wood siding and Italianate details, such as corbels and modillions, were added to the eaves. There is no evidence that the eaves ever had any ornamentation. Despite the porch addition and new ornamentation, the structure retains its overall massing and residential character. It has been converted to a restaurant.