724 Van Buren Street

This bungalow exhibits craftsman detailing in its brackets, rafter tails, and windows. The windows all appear to be original wood and are currently covered with metal storm windows. Sitting on a hill up off the street, a two-level stair leads up to the front porch, though these railings are recent wood additions. Most notably, the house is now covered with vinyl siding, including vertical groove plywood as a skirt covering the foundation. A small lean-to porch on the back (west) elevation appears to be a later addition. The house sits under a large gable with a smaller gable to the north that serves as an entry porch. A shed dormer protrudes on the north side of the main dormer.

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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