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COLLEGE HILL HOMES ON THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC HOMES

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Henry J. Allen House
255 N. Roosevelt

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Frank E. Blaser House
136 N. Crestway

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R.D.W. Clapp Residence
320 N. Belmont

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College Hill Park Bathhouse
304 S. Circle Dr.

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Hillside Cottage
303 S. Circle Dr.

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C.M. Jackman House
158 N. Roosevelt

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Chester I. Long House
3401 E. Second

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Newbern-Gore House
400 S. Roosevelt

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Powell House
330 N. Crestway

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Pryor House
263 S. Pershing

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Roberts House
235 N. Roosevelt

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W.O. Van Arsdale House
201 N. Broadview

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Grace Wilkie House
4230 E. English

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FRED D. WILSON HOUSE
205 N. Pershing
Listed in National Register July 6, 2010
Architect: John C. Neely, Jr. (1894-1985)

Designed for Fred D. Wilson the founder of the Andover State Bank and his wife Olive Wilson, this home was completed in December of 1929 in the Prairie-style, with its low pitched roof and widely overhanging boxed eaves. The brick two story exterior features 6 & 8-light casement windows and cast stone trim, particularly at the massive front entrance lintel, and adjacent faux balcony. The interior features a large entryway and central stairway flanked by open rooms with original woodwork including crown molding and fireplace surround. The basement still features a row of three storage closets, provided by Fred Wilson for his three daughters Winnie, Iris and Harriet.

Photos courtesy Jeff Roth


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This home at 126 S. Belmont was originally built and owned by John B. House in 1922. Mr. House was the Potentate of the Wichita Shriners in 1923. The first photo was taken right after the house was built and the second was taken today. It is now owned by Jeff and Becky Pickering.

Photos courtesy Jeff Pickering

 

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