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.1927, is located at 410 - 24th Street SE. The architectural characteristics of this two-story home include a stucco finish, arched entry porch openings, brick trim, steeply pitched gable roofs, wide eave overhangs, decorative eave support brackets and a sweeping sloped roof over the entry porch. This house has concrete walls and a sloped hip-and-valley roof. The nearly-full front porch is covered although open. Brickwork lines the balustrade and porch. The windows are multi-pane and wooden corbels support the eaves. Decorative woodwork frames the open front wall of the porch. The exterior chimney is positioned on the left wall near the front of the house. The yard is landscaped with a lawn, low-lying shrubs and ferns, and many large trees surround the house. The architectural style is the Norman Farmhouse style.
Salem, Oregon; house; 24th street; two-story house; concrete walls; brickwork; wooden corbels; hip and valley roof; brick chimney; brackets; eaves; stucco; gable roof; Norman Farmhouse style; porch