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1401 N. Mound (Not Zoned Historic)

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1401 N. Mound 2013 Summer Survey Information

Address: 1401 N. Mound

Original Use: Residential

Current Use: Residential/Commerical

Block: 45

Lot: 27

Date: built 1921

Description: brick foundation; wood exterior; wood shingle roof; 11 rooms

Special Comments: once contained four servants' quarters; now, the carriage house to the north of the main house has its own separate address at 1417 N. Mound

Supplemental Links for 1401 N. Mound

This is the 1929-1946 Sanborn Map:Sanborn_Map_copy_9.pdf and the Property Timeline: 1401_Timeline.pdf

1401 N. Mound 1986 Survey Information

Address: 1401 North Mound Street

Name: Benjamin F. Sharp, Dr. & Mrs. Stephen B. Tucker

Owner: Mrs. Stephen B. Tucker

Architect/Builder: Dietrich Rulfs

Date: Est. 1920

Block: 45

Lot: 27

Style/Type: Neoclassical

Original Use: Residence

Current Use: Residence

Condition: Good

Description: 2-story; wood frame with horizontal board siding; brick foundation; rectangular plan; side-facing gable roofs, pedimented gables, composition shingles; pent roof at first floor arches over the entry way and is supported on heavy lattice screens with faceted ends; windows are mulitpaned wood double-hung 12/12 and 9/9 with simple hood molds above; 3-sided bay on the northeast corner of the east facade; second story windows have shutters; entry door with side lights is in a Palladian arrangement with multipaned glass lights; porte cochere on the north facade; two interior brick chimneys; curved brick driveway; trees on property were planted by Mr. Sharp and his gardner after 1920; they are of specimen size - holly trees, watermelon pink crape myrtles, and pecans

Significance: Architectural, good example of style

Original Site: XX; Original Victorian house on the lot was moved, then partially demolished to rebuild new ho $0$0 use and 1417 Mound