402 Monroe Street

This wing and gable vernacular house sits on a poured concrete foundation. A rake board and molding and a louvered vent decorate the front elevation gable. Aluminum screens obscure the windows which also feature decorative shutters A small shed roof divides the first and second floor and shades the top of a fixed vinyl window with faux muntins. The wing extends south of the gable and features a shed roof. An additional shed roof at a slightly less steep pitch covers the attached one car garage. Turned posts support the open porch in the wing and serve as decoration on the garage eaves. The wing sports vertical siding while the rest of the house has horizontal channel siding. A hip roof box addition fills in the former "L-shape" of the front elevation. It holds a front door. The roof is punctuated by a capped chimney vent. There is a shed hood over the window on the south elevation. A water table and cap run around the perimeter of the building. The east elevation of the house has a modern addition. The house is in excellent condition, but little original fabric remains.

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

Historic Inventory Form 

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