650 Lafayette Avenue
Buffalo, NY

  • Ca. 1914
  • 2 1⁄2-story front gable frame house with modest Colonial Revival styling.
  • Stone foundation, wood clapboard siding, asphalt roof.
  • Large projecting side entry.
  • Majority 1/1 double hung wood windows.
  • Front facade central partial width shallow hipped porch with Doric supports and iron  balustrade.
  • Closed gable end with multi-light Palladian window.
  • Contains contributing flat roof frame secondary building (garage).
Elmwood East Nomination for the National Register of Historic Places, Section 7, p. 183
Facade
July 2018 photos





Colonial Revival style   ...   Details below, starting at the top:


Palladian window



Doric columns and pilaster


 Doric columns and pilaster and iron  balustrade



Side entry with  large canopy



Side entry:    Pilasters  ...  Sidelights    ...    Blind arch with keystone and fan decoration   ...    Large canopy



Wing on right side (east) of the house


Photos and their arrangement 2018 Chuck LaChiusa
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