1102 Jefferson Street

The 1-1/2 story former Craftsman style house has wide boxed eaves, brackets on all gables, boxed soffit, and a barge board that flares at the ends. There is a bank of four windows over a full-width porch. Windows have metal storms over original wood windows underneath with wavy glass and lamb's tongue detailing, 1/1 double-hung. Most windows have decorative shutters. Metal open-work supports have replaced original porch supports. The main front elevation window looks out over porch. It consists of one fixed picture window with a single horizontal muntin in the top third flanked by a 1/2 double-hung window on either side. Six wood steps lead up to the porch on the south side of the west elevation. The porch has T&G decking. A three-sided box bay on the south side with shed roof has one set of paired double-hung windows. The basement has slider metal windows on the south side. The east elevation has narrow one over one windows on the ground floor and one large metal slider window cut into the second story.

This property is located within the McLoughlin Conservation District but is not a locally designated historic site. Contact ocplanning@orcity.org for more information.

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