103 North Winooski Avenue

Circa 1840s


By R. F. Panepinto

The ell shaped floor plan of 103 helps differentiate it from other Greek Revival structures on North Winooski Avenue. The brick bearing wall construction resting on a stone foundation supports a wood truss roof with slate shingles. The front, gable, side hall entrance is on the left side and is protected by a flat roofed entrance porch with turned posts added at a later date. The front façade of this 2 and one-half story structure is 3 bays wide with one over one double hung sashes arranged symmetrically with flat arched lintels. Cornice returns delineate a gable with a triangular panel. A second entrance is located in the front facing wall of the one bay wide ell and is protected by a flat roofed porch with turned posts that is two bays long. A newer addition to the rear contains a number of apartments.