711 Logansport Side Photograph by Ryan Gullett, August 2010
711 Logansport Front Photograph by Ryan Gullett, August 2010
711 Logansport 2010 Summer Survey
Description: Neoclassical, two-story, massed dwelling with two dependent wings on south side and one on north side of structure. Moderately sloped side-gabled roof with composition shingles. Exterior facades are off-white brick veneer. Front (west) façade of center block is dominated by full-height entry porch with pediment and oculus, supported by four classical columns. First floor of front façade consists of four ranked 9/9 single-hung sashed windows with lintel and blue fixed shutters, two on each side of door. Palladian style entrance with paneled door with casing, fanlight with keystone and sidelights. Entrance is flanked by fluted pilasters with stars on capitals surmounted by pediment. Second story of front façade has two sets of 6/6 single-hung sashed windows with fixed shutters separated by a single 3/6 single-hung sashed window. North façade of center block consists of bay window with three 6/6 single-hung windows and another 6/6 single-hung window with shutters on first floor. Two 6/6 single-hung sashed windows on second floor of north façade. The second floor of center block's south façade consists of three 6/6 single-hung sashed windows with shutters. North wing consists of a 8/8 single-hung sashed window with fixed shutters followed by an oculus, then two 6/6 single-hung sashed windows with fixed shutters. First floor of center block on south façade dominated by south wing. Both south and southwest wings are dominated by bay windows with 8/8 single-hung sashed windows flanked by two 6/6 single-hung sashed windows.