91 North Winooski Avenue

Circa 1840s


By R. F. Panepinto

This two and one-half story gable front, three bay wide Greek Revival Structure has a two story, one bay wide pedimented porch with square columns protecting its left side hall entrance. The porch is enclosed on the second story. Brick bearing walls on a stone foundation carry a slate covered wood truss roof. Windows are six over one double-hung sashes symmetrically arranged capped by flat arches Shutters are on the main structure. A brick addition to the rear is not original.

Leir Edgell, an auctioneer with offices in the Leavenworth block, is identified as the owner on the 1869 Worley map. (1) In the 1870's the house was sold to Mrs. Mary Brady who lived here with her family until 1905. Now a single-family residence, the building previously housed the offices of Drs. Edward Marceau and Benoit Trottier, D. D. S. (2)

(1) Plan of the City of Burlington, Chittendon Co., Vt, (Philadelphia, PA: Worley & Bracher Lith., 1869), map.

(2) Vermont Division for Historic Preservation, Vermont Historic Sites and Structures Survey, North Winooski Avenue, Montpelier, VT, Division for Historic Preservation, n.d.