Created By: Historic Urban Neighborhoods of Indianapolis
Year Built: 1860 and 1870
Architectural Style: Italianate
This Italianate house is a large, two story frame structure which was once smaller than it is today. The Palladian window on the south elevation is an element typical of the Colonial Revival style and gives the house an eclectic appearance. The west wing and porch were added around 1870. The small brick carriage house behind is one of the few original carriage houses remaining in Lockerbie Square today. The stone step on the west side was inexplicably added when Lockerbie Square was a red light district some time prior to a renovation in the 1970s.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Lockerbie Square Neighborhood