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Walter and Sadie Smith House,14459 Frederick Road Cooksville. Description, The house is a two story three bay by one bay frame structure with a rubble stone foundation on. the north that is partially parged and a poured concrete foundation on the south It has asphalt. shingle siding over wood double ogee siding and has a gable roof with a north south ridge. inverted V seam metal and open eaves There is an ell on the east elevation set to the north. which is two stories and two bays by one bay It has the same foundation siding roofing and. open eaves as the main block and the ridge of the gable roof runs east west There is an addition. or enclosed porch in the southeast angle that is two stories and is set on a brick and concrete pier. It has the same siding and roofing as the main block with a shed roof that slopes down to the. east On the west elevation is a one story one bay porch with a shed roof The north elevation. has a three bay porch with four turned posts and a shed roof The house is constructed with. circular sawn studs and has drywall on the interior The main block has two rooms on the first. story and there is one room in the ell The west door opens into the south room and the north. door opens into the ell In the north room the northeast corner has a two run stair. Significance, The Walter and Sadie Smith House was constructed c 1912 on a two acre parcel cut off of the. small farm of Richard and Mary Johnson in that year Based on the roof arrangement the house. that they constructed reads as a hall parlor plan with the west as the front and with an ell on the. east The kitchen was probably located in the ell since it is the only room with a chimney. However the north elevation faces the road and also has a door in the center and a three bay. porch so it could have served as the public front of the house The house was built with a lot of. re used materials including windows and doors but also with drywall and 20l century siding. The Smiths were black and Walter Smith worked as a porter for a tea company in 1920 He was. good friends with Alexander Sands who lived just to the west but nothing more is known about. him and Sadie Smith The reuse of building materials has been observed in black churches so it. is not surprising in this context either The house had been vacant and was taken in a tax sale It. is to be demolished in 2009 and replaced with a new house. Maryland Historical Trust Inventory No HO 989,Maryland Inventory of. Historic Properties Form,1 Name of Property indicate preferred name.
historic Walter and Sadie Smith House,2 Location, street and number 14459 Frederick Road not for publication. city town Cooksville X vicinity,county Howard, 3 Owner of Property give names and mailing addresses of all owners. name Rebuild America Inc, street and number 940 Centre Cir Ste 2004 telephone 407 339 1108. city town Altamonte Springs state Florida zip code 32714. 4 Location of Legal Description, courthouse registry of deeds etc Howard County Courthouse liber 11292 folio 292. city town EllicottCity tax map 8 tax parcel 129 tax ID number. 5 Primary Location of Additional Data, Contributing Resource in National Register District.
Contributing Resource in Local Historic District, Determined Eligible for the National Register Maryland Register. Determined Ineligible for the National Register Maryland Register. Recorded by HABS HAER, Historic Structure Report or Research Report at MHT. 6 Classification, Category Ownership Current Function Resource Count. district public agriculture landscape Contributing Noncontributing. X building s X private commerce trade recreation culture J 2 buildings. structure both defense religion 0 0 sites,site domestic social 0 0 structures. object education transportation 0 0 objects,funerary work in progress 1 2 Total.
government unknown, health care X vacant not in use Number of Contributing Resources. industry other previously listed in the Inventory,7 Description Inventory No HO 989. excellent X deteriorated,good ruins,fair altered, Prepare both a one paragraph summary and a comprehensive description of the resource and its various elements as it. exists today, The house is a two story three bay by one bay frame structure with a rubble stone foundation on the. north that is partially parged and a poured concrete foundation on the south It has asphalt shingle. siding over wood double ogee siding and has a gable roof with a north south ridge inverted V seam. metal and open eaves There is an ell on the east elevation set to the north which is two stories and. two bays by one bay It has the same foundation siding roofing and open eaves as the main block and. the ridge of the gable roof runs east west There is an addition or enclosed porch in the southeast angle. that is two stories and is set on a brick and concrete pier It has the same siding and roofing as the main. block with a shed roof that slopes down to the east On the west elevation is a one story one bay porch. with a shed roof The north elevation has a three bay porch with four turned posts and a shed roof The. house is constructed with circular sawn studs and has drywall on the interior The main block has two. rooms on the first story and there is one room in the ell The west door opens into the south room and. the north door opens into the ell In the north room the northeast corner has a two run stair. Description, The Walter and Sadie Smith House is located at 14459 Frederick Road on the south side of the road.
and set close to it just east of Route 97 in Cooksville in western Howard County Maryland. The house is a two story three bay by one bay frame structure with a rubble stone foundation on the. north that is partially parged and a poured concrete foundation on the south It has asphalt shingle. siding over wood double ogee siding and has a gable roof with a north south ridge inverted V seam. metal and open eaves There is an ell on the east elevation set to the north that is two stories and two. bays by one bay It has the same foundation siding roofing and open eaves as the main block and the. ridge of the gable roof runs east west There is an addition or enclosed porch in the southeast angle that. is two stories and is set on a brick and concrete pier It has the same siding and roofing as the main. block with a shed roof that slopes down to the east. On the west elevation the basement has a window opening in each of the end bays and these openings. have been altered The first story has a center door with five lying panels set in a beaded interior edge. frame There is a single six over six double hung sash to each side of the door and they have a wood. sill the same frame as the door and a mortised and tenoned and pinned sash that has 8 inch by 10 inch. lights There is a one story one bay porch with butted boards in the deck square wood posts and a. bead board soffit It has a shed roof with inverted V seam metal roofing and ogee siding on the sides. The second story has a typical six over six sash in each end bay with no opening in the center. The north elevation has a door in the center of the first story which is the west bay of the ell and it has. six lights over two lying panels the panels are sunken and flat with no panel moulds There is a two. over two double hung sash to each side with the same sills and frame as on the west elevation There is. Maryland Historical Trust,Maryland Inventory of Inventory No HO 989. Historical Trust,Historic Properties Form,Continuation Sheet. Number 7 Page 1, a three bay porch with circular sawn joists tongue and groove decking and four turned posts The. porch has bead board soffit and a shed roof with inverted V seam metal and ogee siding The second. story has no opening in the center with a typical two over two sash in the east bay of the ell and in the. main block The gable end has a six light sash in a plain frame. On the south elevation the basement is exposed since the ground slopes down to the south toward a. small stream The main block has a door with beaded edge vertical boards The ell has a door under the. open addition with six lights over two panels It has sunken fields and ogee panel moulds and is hung. on cast iron foliate butt hinges with ball finials The first and second stories each have a typical six over. six sash on both the main block and the addition The gable end has a vent The first story of the ell has. no opening in the east bay and the second story has a typical six over six sash in the east bay. The east elevation of the addition on the first story has a six over six sash to the south and a door with. five lying panels to the north The second story has a large four over four double hung sash that extends. down to the floor The basement of the ell has a large six over six sash that is full height extending. down to the ground level The first story of the ell has paired one over one sash with a wide mullion. between them and the sash has a bullnose frame The second story has a six over six sash and there is. no opening in the gable end, The house is constructed with circular sawn studs and has drywall on the interior In the basement there. are circular sawn 2 by 6 joists in the ell that run north south and have bridging between then that is also. made of 2 by 6s The whole foundation on the interior is concrete and the stones may simply be large. stones thrown into the moulds when the concrete was poured The main block joists are circular sawn 3. by 6s that run east west and have no bridging between them The flooring above is wide oak boards. The ell is one step down from the main block and has a vertical board door between the main block and. ell the door is hung on cast iron butt hinges that have two knuckles The west elevation north bay. window is of double width extending underneath the porch. The main block has two rooms on the first story and there is one room in the ell The west door opens. into the south room and the north door opens into the ell There is 2 t inch tongue and groove flooring. that runs east west throughout the house and this appears to be pine There is plain baseboard and plain. head cut trim with plywood on the ceiling The sash have no parting beads The door between the. north and south rooms has five lying panels and is a swinging door In the north room the northeast. corner has a two run stair with beaded edge vertical boards on the wall and the sides of the stair while. the stair is open on the bottom half The landing newel is chamfered above the level of the landing. There is a closet beneath the stairway and the doors here are reused shutters The door to the ell has. five panels with one lying panel in the center and they have sunken fields and quirked ogee moulds. Maryland Historical Trust,Maryland Inventory of Inventory No HO 989.
Historical Trust,Historic Properties Form,Continuation Sheet. Number 7 Page 2, with an extra fillet the ogee has a slight lip where it meets the fillet The door is hung on butt hinges. with ball finials and has a 20 century mortise lock The ell has a stove chimney in the southwest. corner The south door in the ell has five lying panels The house contains a lot of reused material. The second story floor plan mirrors the first story but with no passage The stairs ascend to the north. chamber The railing has a toad back profile but is fairly flat and there are large square balusters The. walls are plastered except for the partition between the north and south chambers which is beaded edge. vertical boards with a matching door The east and west walls follow the pitch of the rafters at the top. and the attic joists must be raised about 10 inches above the plate There is a four panel door to the ell. chamber and it has sunken fields no panel moulds and cast iron butt hinges with two knuckles The. ceiling is also plastered, There are two collapsing sheds to the south of the house built of modern 2 by 4 construction The west. one is set on concrete piers has corrugated metal siding and has a shed roof with inverted V seam. metal The east shed is set on the ground and has tongue and groove vertical board siding a shed roof. with asphalt shingles and is half collapsed,8 Significance Inventory No HO 989. Period Areas of Significance Check and justify below. 1600 1699 agriculture economics health medicine performing arts. 1700 1799 archeology education industry philosophy. 1800 1899 X architecture engineering invention politics government. X 1900 1999 art entertainment landscape architecture religion. 2000 commerce recreation law science, communications ethnic heritage literature social history.
community planning exploration maritime history transportation. conservation settlement military other,Specific dates N A Architect Builder N A. Construction dates c 1912,Evaluation for, National Register Maryland Register X not evaluated. Prepare a one paragraph summary statement of significance addressing applicable criteria followed by a narrative discussion of the. history of the resource and its context For compliance projects complete evaluation on a DOE Form see manual. The Walter and Sadie Smith House was constructed c 1912 on a two acre parcel cut off of the small. farm of Richard and Mary Johnson in that year Based on the roof arrangement the house that they. constructed reads as a hall parlor plan with the west as the front and with an ell on the east The kitchen. The Walter and Sadie Smith House was constructed c 1912 on a two acre parcel cut off of the small farm of Richard and Mary Johnson in that year Based on the roof arrangement the house that they constructed reads as a hall parlor plan with the west as the front and with an ell on the east The kitchen was probably located in the ell since it is the only room with a chimney However the

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