1033 Lafayette Street (Thomas Roger Wales House)



Building Name:  Thomas Roger Wales House
Address: 1033 Lafayette Street
Architect:  Unknown
Builder: Unknown
Year:  1856
Type:  Commercial and Residential
Style: Italianate Motifs
Current Status: Extant
Historic American Building Survey (HABS) number:  NJ-926
Material of Construction:  Wood frame; clapboarding
Shape and Dimensions of Structure:  Square layout
Exterior Features of Note:   Bracketed cornice; paired lancet windows above main entrance; hipped roof (originally with cupola); side brick chimneys.
Major Alterations and Additions:   Recently converted to a two-apartment condominium; moved 50 feet to northeast corner of lot Some original elements, including the cupola, have been removed.

An 1850s residence with Italianate detailing and hipped roof. In the 1930s the house was used as a clubhouse of a city-owned golf course. Later it was a Moose Lodge.

Modernized in 1898 by McCollin and Fast.

1033 Lafayette Street (Thomas Roger Wales House)

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