2624 Providence Street (1925)

2624 Providence Street (1925)

Home of Willson H. Cralle & Ruth T. Cralle The one-story house is perfectly symmetrical, with a columned portico announcing the entrance.  The wings on each side of the front door feature French doors, and the second-floor dormers and substantial square columns...
2632 Providence Street (1925)

2632 Providence Street (1925)

2632 Providence Street Home of Edward L. Evans & Carrie Belle Evans The Evans home is one of three Spanish revival homes in Dean Park.  Its Spanish revival features include the series of arches along the entrance walkway and around the screened porch front...
2643 Providence Street (1923)

2643 Providence Street (1923)

2643 Providence Street Home of Lucius C. Curtright & Jessie Bonner Curtright This Colonial revival style home features a Dutch gambrel roof, with a matching cottage at the rear.  In the 1920’s, the Colonial revival style and an architectural nostalgia for this...
2644 Providence Street (1924)

2644 Providence Street (1924)

Home of Harry C. Stucky & Ellen Evans Stucky This Tudor Revival home features the exposed timbers, stucco siding and paned casement windows that are the hallmarks of this English style so popular in the 1920’s.  With 2,340 square feet, it is one of the larger...
2654 Providence Street (1922)

2654 Providence Street (1922)

2654 Providence Street circa 1990 2654 Providence Street today Home of Carl Lewis Flood & Nina N. Flood With 3,014 square feet, the house is one of most prominent homes in Dean Park.  Its elegant horizontal lines, extended by a spacious veranda on the easterly...
2674 Providence Street (1916)

2674 Providence Street (1916)

2674 Providence Street Home of Marvin F. Pixton & Mabel Carroll Pixton This two-story home, built for Marvin F. Pixton and his wife Mabel, appears to be the first home built in Dean Park.  A News-Press article dated December 18, 1916, announces the purchase of...
2716 Providence Street (1926)

2716 Providence Street (1926)

Home of Lizzie S. Holmes This Spanish revival home is a single-story house similar to one located at 2730 Rhode Island Avenue.  Typical of the Spanish revival style, the house features a graceful arched front porch (now enclosed) underneath a Moorish-style gable,...
2727 Providence Street (1919)

2727 Providence Street (1919)

2727 Providence Street Home of Neal S. Storter & Betty Storter This frame bungalow was built for Neil Summers Storter and Betty Storter, who purchased the lot from Dean Development Company in March 1917 for $700, subject to a restriction that any house built...
2728 Providence Street (1917)

2728 Providence Street (1917)

2728 Providence Street Home of Kent R. Smith & Leila E. Smith This one-story bungalow, with its wrap-around porch and attic dormer, is one of the first homes built in Dean Park.  It was first conveyed by the Dean Development Company to Kent T. Smith by a deed...
2737 Providence Street (1923)

2737 Providence Street (1923)

2737 Providence Street Home of Franklin L. Larramore & Ruth Larramore This one-story bungalow has many classic Craftsman features:  the stucco pilings and tapered columns supporting the front porch, the wide roof eaves and exposed exterior rafters, double hung...
2740 Providence Street (1921)

2740 Providence Street (1921)

2740 Providence Street original rear garage demolished in 2012 Home of George W. Whitehurst & Myra F. Whitehurst This bungalow features a gable over the entire front porch – typical of many bungalows – and a second gable, recessed from the front porch, for the...
2747 Providence Street (1925)

2747 Providence Street (1925)

2747 Providence Street today Home of Kate H. Coffey & James W. Coffey This handsome bungalow is one of the few brick bungalows constructed in Dean Park.   It also has many of the classic Craftsman features including the expansive front porch, exposed rafters,...
2755 Providence Street (1921)

2755 Providence Street (1921)

2755 Providence Street Home of Henry J. Case & Ada C. Case In 1921, John Dean’s United Construction Company conveyed this property to real estate developer Henry J. Case for $7,750 – a purchase price that signified a home had already been constructed on the lot. ...
2762 Providence Street (1955)

2762 Providence Street (1955)

2762 Providence Street Home of E. Clifford Crays & Lillian Crays The ranch home on this parcel was constructed by E. Clifford Crays and Lillian Crays of Cleveland, Ohio.  The Crays purchased this double-lot parcel in November 1953 as a site for their second...
2763 Providence Street (1945)

2763 Providence Street (1945)

Home of Lawson B. Jones & Lucile V. Jones This stucco cottage appears to represent a transitional period between the Florida bungalow and the Florida ranch.  Built in 1945, it has the trim lines and front picture window of a ranch.  At the same time, it has the...
2770 Providence Street (1969)

2770 Providence Street (1969)

2770-72 Providence Street This 4-unit apartment building was constructed in 1969 on the northerly 100 feet of Lot 4 in Block I of Dean’s Subdivision.  The building has an “L” shape, with two units facing Providence Street and two units facing Palm Avenue. This corner...
2773 Providence Street (1921)

2773 Providence Street (1921)

2773 Providence Street today Home of Joseph W. Hill & Flora Hill This two-story home combines many Craftsman details — such as its massive porch columns, wide roof eaves and roof brackets – and the influence of the “American Foursquare” style.  The American...