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Phoenix Hill Historic District, 736 East Muhammad Ali Boulevard (House), Louisville, Jefferson County, KY

Phoenix Hill Historic District, 736 East Muhammad Ali Boulevard (House), Louisville, Jefferson County, KY

 
 
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Significance: Camel-back shotgun residence. Gable-front, frame with some saw-tooth mold remaining on the cornice of the two-story, rear section. Typical working-class dwelling found throughout Louisville. // c. 1875. Vernacular. Frame, clad in clapboard. Lot size - 25' x 100', front section - 15' x 38', rear section - 25' x 56'. Saw-tooth mold remains on cornice, some 4-over-4 windows remain in rear. Front window appears to have been shortened (now boarded). Entire structure clad in insul-brick. Vacant and boarded, deteriorated.
Survey number: HABS KY-163-W

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
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Louisville-Jefferson County38.25266, -85.75846
Google Map of 38.2526647, -85.7584557
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