Hancock Street

200 Hancock Street (OT-417) -- c. 1867 - Cemetery - St. Stanislaus Cemetery - This is an ecclesiastical cemetery devoted to departed members of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart that have served at St. Stanislaus College. It is comprised of 184 marble headstones, each sculpted in the form of a cross. These markers are arranged symmetrically and flank a central walk that is on an east-west axis. The walk commences at a brick alter which supports a crucifix flanked by two standing figures and one kneeling figure.
305 Hancock Street (OT-401) -- 1917-1924 - Vernacular Bungalow - One-story, frame, vernacular Bungalow with a front-facing, clipped-gable roof, decorative beams, and a full-width inset front porch supported by single and paired wood columns. The house sits on concrete block piers, is clad with vinyl siding, and is sheltered by intersecting clipped-gable roofs. Shed additions are located at the rear.
306 Hancock Street (OT-402) -- c. 1870-1890 - Vernacular Center Hall - 1.5-story, rectangular, wood frame, vernacular Center Hall dwelling that sets on a foundation of brick piers, is clad in clapboards, and is sheltered by a side-gable roof sheathed with pressed metal panels. Character defining features include an inset full-width enclosed porch supported by tapered columns resting on square pedestals and a blind balustrade (porch details are a later Craftsman addition). Windows are 9/6 and 6/6 double-hung wood sash windows, and 6/9 double-hung wood sash floor-length windows in the primary elevation. The center entrance has sidelights and transom. Decorative beams are located in the gable ends and are also a Craftsman-era addition.
308 Hancock Street (OT-403) -- 1930-1944 - Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, wood frame, vernacular gable-front Bungalow with a concrete block pier foundation, vinyl siding, a corrugated metal roof, and exposed rafters. A gable partial-width screened porch extends across the right front bays.
309 Hancock Street (OT-404) -- 1925 - Craftsman Bungalow/Side-Gable - 1.5-story, wood frame, rectangular plan, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w), side-gabled Craftsman Bungalow. The stucco-clad, full-width, inset front porch is supported by tapered columns that rest on stuccoed square pedestals and closed balustrade. The center entrance has sidelights and transom, and other façade bays are Craftsman 6/2 double-hung-sash wood windows. Other windows are 4/2 and 3/1 double-hung wood sash windows. The house also features exposed rafters and decorative brackets. The house has a brick pier foundation and clapboard siding.
402 Hancock Street (OT-405) -- 1948 - Vernacular/Rectangular Cottage - One-story, rectangular plan, wood frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w), vernacular Rectangular Cottage with low-pitched, hipped, asphalt shingle roof. A screened hipped porch that extends across the left two bays on the main façade. The house is supported by concrete block piers, and is clad in asbestos shingles. Windows are paired and single 2/2 double-hung wood sash windows.
406 Hancock Street (OT-406) -- c. 1880-1895 - Shotgun/L-galleried Craftsman alterations - One-story, wood frame, hipped-roof L-galleried Shotgun house with Craftsman alterations. The inset front porch extends across the main façade and wraps around the left side of the house. The porch, supported by tapered wood columns on short brick pedestals, and exposed rafters are a Craftsman-era alteration. The house rests on brick piers, and is clad with clapboards. The roof is sheathed in corrugated metal. The entrance on the main façade is French doors.
407 Hancock Street (OT-407) -- 1917-1924 - Craftsman Bungalow/Side-Gable - 1.5-story, wood frame, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w), Craftsman Bungalow with low-pitched, side-gable roof which shelters a full-width inset porch supported by paired tapered columns on brick pedestals. Features include a wide shed dormer with four, 1/1 double-hung-sash windows; 9/1 double-hung wood sash windows; and decorative brackets. The house rests on brick piers, is clad with vinyl siding, and has a pressed metal roof.
408 Hancock Street (OT-408) -- 2005-2008 - Post-Katrina Coastal Arch. - Two-story, rectangular plan, Post-Katrina-dwelling that rests on concrete block piers, is clad with Hardy Plank, and has a front-gable roof that shelters a full-width inset porch supported by tapered columns on short, square pedestals.
409 Hancock Street (OT-409) -- 1909-1917 - Vernacular Shotgun - One-story, two-bay-wide (d-w), wood frame, vernacular front-gable Shotgun house supported by concrete block piers, and clad with a combination of novelty, clapboard, and vinyl siding. A full-width inset porch with replacement wood posts and balustrade extends across the primary gable façade. The house has exposed rafters and a rear addition.
410 Hancock Street (OT-410) -- c. 1890 - Vernacular Shotgun/L-galleried - One-story, wood frame, vernacular Shotgun house with a front-gable roof that shelters a wraparound porch which extends across the front and wraps around the left side of the house. The gable end has a large round-arched vent and decorative verge board. Windows are 6/6 double-hung and 2/2 double-hung floor-length wood sash windows. Four paired entry doors access the porch. It is clad in clapboard and supported by a concrete block pier foundation.
414-422 Hancock Street (OT-411) -- 1985-1995 - No Style - Two-story, rectangular, metal frame Butler Building that sits on a concrete slab foundation, is clad with pressed metal panels, and is sheltered by a side-gable roof sheathed with pressed metal panels.
502 Hancock Street (OT-412) -- 1950-1960 - Vernacular/Rectangular Cottage - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) vernacular Rectangular Cottage with a low-pitched hip roof and stucco cladding. At center is an inset entry porch; the first and second bays are paired and triple 6/6 double-hung-sash wood windows. Other windows include 1/1 and 6/6 double-hung-sash windows.
504 Hancock Street (OT-413) -- 1990-2000 - No Style - One-story, rectangular, two-bay-wide (d-w) gable-front dwelling supported by a concrete slab foundation and clad with vinyl siding and fiberglass reinforced paneling.
508 Hancock Street (OT-414) -- 1930-1944 - Vernacular/Commercial and Vern. - Bungalow/Gable-Front Constructed in two parts: a one-story, gable-front bungalow, and a one-story, rectangular-plan, stuccoed commercial addition. The dwelling rests on a foundation of stuccoed brick piers, is clad with vinyl siding, and has wide boxed eaves, exposed beams, and an asphalt shingle roof. The attached commercial section rests upon a concrete slab, is sheltered by a gable roof sheathed with corrugated metal panels, and is decorated with a stepped parapet.
606 Hancock Street (OT-415) -- 1930-1944 - Vernacular - 1.5-story, frame, vernacular residence with a primary side-gable roof and a wide front-gable. The full-width inset porch has been enclosed. It has a decorative concrete block foundation, Hardy Plank cladding, two original 6/6 wooden double-hung windows, 6/6 vinyl windows with faux muntins to replicated 6/6 double-hung-sashes, and a pressed metal roof.
608 Hancock Street (OT-416) -- 2006-2008 - Neo-Bungalow - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w), gable-front Neo-Bungalow with exposed rafters and a gable-partial front porch which extends across the three bays. The residence has a wood pier foundation, composite wood paneling, 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
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