133 West End Boulevard
Contributing, ca. 1915
The Craftsman style is simply but strongly stated in the Reedy House. It is a two-story frame dwelling sheathed in square-cut wood shingles with a glass and wood paneled entrance and grouped nine-over-one sash windows. The broad gable roof faces the street and has widely overhanging eaves supported by triangular braces. A porch with tapered wood posts set on brick plinths and a wood shingled skirt wraps around the right front corner of the house.
Elizabeth J. Reedy, a widow, was the longest owner-occupant of the house, from 1918 until her death in, or shortly before, 1940. (SM, TR, CD)
1917 Sanborn Map, page 86 at “117” West End