733 Summit Street
Contributing, ca. 1923


This Colonial Revival cottage has a steep gable roof with round-arched dormers, weatherboard siding, and a pedimented entrance porch with square Classical posts. The 1924 Sanborn Map suggests that the sun porch and room behind it on the east side of the house have been added (probably mid-century).

Betty Buhman first listed the property for taxes in 1922, and the Buhmans owned the house off and on until 1932. The present owners acquired it in 1959. (TR, SM)