915 John Adams Street

A tall side gambrel roof dwarfs this 1-1/2 story residence with poured concrete foundation. The siding is wood shingle The front elevation includes one 6/1 double-hung wood window with apron molding and a front door. The front entry has concrete steps and landing and is covered with a curved rake board hood supported by brackets. There is a wood railing, and the decking is wide and runs horizontally. The north elevation has a square, hipped roof addition with concrete steps and foundation, and metal slider windows with wood molding. The second story window has 6/1 double-hung and a three-pane fixed window. A lattice privacy screen shields the door on this addition. A new deck and fence are visible in the back yard. The south elevation has a 5/5 window and tow 6/1 double-hung windows upstairs. Dogwood in SE corner of lawn. Tall arborvitae screens south side. There is a small gambrel roof shed to the southwest.

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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