312 West 103rd Street



312 West 103rd Street


Date: 1889-1890

NB Number: NB 781-1889

Type:  Rowhouse

Architect:  Angell, Edward L.

Developer/Owner/Builder: placeholder

NYC Landmarks Designation:  Historic District

Landmark Designation Report: Riverside Drive– West End Historic District Extension II

National Register Designation: N/A

Primary Style:  Romanesque Revival

Primary Facade:   Brick and Brownstone

Stories: 3 and basement

Window Type/Material: One-over-one double hung/Wood; Transoms/Stained Glass

Structure:  Significant Architectural Features: Brownstone lower stories with rough faced, rusticated basement; round arched former entrance and segmental arched window opening at parlor floor; frieze between parlor floor and second story with festoon ornament; upper stories clad in yellow Roman brick; second story triple window with wood mullions and transom bars; frieze between second and third stories with vegetal ornament; historic wood one-over-one double-hung sash windows with stained glass transoms; third story windows feature stone lintels; inset panel with cherub decoration; irregular roofline with denticulated cornice; Special Windows: Stained glass transoms; round arched transom with curved muntins

Building Notes: Built as part of a pair with 314 West 103rd Street

North Facade: Designed (historic, brownstone elements resurfaced) Stoop: Removed Door(s): Replaced primary door Windows: Historic (upper stories); historic (basement) Security Grilles: Historic (basement) Cornice: Original Sidewalk Material(s): Concrete Curb Material(s): Concrete with metal plate Areaway Wall/Fence Materials: Iron fence with stone curb Areaway Paving Material: Concrete with stone steps

Historic District: Riverside-West End Historic District Extension II

Alterations: Alterations: Stoop removed, entrance moved to basement


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