200 North Fourth Street - North Third Street Historic District - Louisiana, Missouri
Posted by: BruceS
N 39° 27.021 W 091° 02.949
15S E 667857 N 4368570
Quick Description: Historic Queen Anne style house in the North Third Street Historic District in Louisiana, Missouri.
Location: Missouri, United States
Date Posted: 3/25/2012 5:32:23 AM
Waymark Code: WME2AE
200 North Fourth Street, Frank Boehm, Jr. House, ca. 1900.
This 2 1/2-story Queen Anne house has a stone foundation, weatherboard and cedar shake siding and a hip roof. The facade features a large wraparound porch and a two-story projecting front wing. The porch has round wood columns, scroll cut wood railings and a hip roof. The front door located under the porch has a rectangular transom. Next to the front door, there is a small rectangular leaded glass window. A three-sided bay window is located above the porch on the second floor of the facade. The projecting front wing has a gable roof, decorative shingles in the gable end and paired, double-hung windows centered on each floor. Windows throughout have early or original 1/1 sash. A three-story tower is located in the center of the south side elevation. The tower is round, has patterned shingle siding and a conical roof. - Historic District Nomination
The house is in general good condition however when I visited the house appeared to be vacant and a window on the second floor was missing. Hopefully the house is in the process of renovation and the door will soon be replaced.