327. Hutchins-Christian House (FY 1773)
1311 Clover Street
The Hutchins-Christian House is a neat one-and-a-half-story weatherboarded frame cottage of Craftsman style influence. Primary exterior features include a steep gable roof whose front cornice breaks into a round-arched hood over the entrance, front and rear shed dormers, and a partially engaged left front corner porch with a hipped roof and fat stuccoed columns. Behind the house is a frame garage shared with 1309 Clover Street (see # 326).
Attorney Fred S. Hutchins built the house in 1925 and lived there until the late 1930’s. In 1944 Hisses Leta and Martha Christian, both teachers at Summit School, purchased the property and occupied the house with their mother. They sold it to its present owner in 1978. (OS, TR, CD)