This is a photo of a house in Salem, Oregon, taken by Bob Koval in 1978 as part of a CETA grant project to make a photographic record of historic Salem homes. This house, constructed in c.1918, is located at 462 Water Street NE. The architectural characteristics of this one and one half story wood frame house include a moderately pitched front facing gable roof with overhanging eaves, exposed rafters and triangular knee braces. The house is surfaced with either ship lap or drop siding. The central entrance has a gable porch roof supported by simple boxed posts. Major windows are one over one double-hung sash. The paneled door has a single light. There is a brick chimney at the rear of the house. There is a lawn in the front of the house. The architectural style is the Craftsman Bungalow style.
Salem, Oregon; house; Water Street (Salem, OR); 1 1/2 story house; siding; gable roof; eaves; rafters; brick chimney; knee braces; porch; posts; double hung windows; Craftsman Bungalow style