111 North Winooski Avenue

Circa 1850s


By R. F. Panepinto

This pedimented gable front, three bay wide Greek Revival structure has a right side hall entrance. A porch with turned posts, turned balusters, and brackets extends across the front of the façade and wraps around the south side of the building where it terminates at a bay window. Windows are one over one double hung sashes symmetrically arranged with flat arched lintels. The building is of brick bearing wall construction on a stone foundation. The shallow pitched wood truss roof is covered with slate shingles. A semi-elliptical louvered panel is in the gable. A wood framed clapboard clad ell was added at a later date. Originally a single-family residence, the building now houses apartments.