1404 Laurel Street
Due to their typically larger size, former residences within the district have lent themselves well to adaptation as offices. Built about 1900, this structure blends details found within Italianate and Queen Anne style architecture. Italianate characteristics include the recessed entryway marked by a classical arch, bracketed eaves, and the classically columned façade-width porch. Meanwhile, the building’s asymmetrical façade, gables and patterned shingles are tenets of the later Queen Anne style.