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historic door with transom and sidelights in fourth bay; two light and intercom at door; two cameras, alarm box, dryer vent, and conduit at facade; window grilles at basement; white-painted chimneys at roof; vent pipe and cellar entry in areaway; one-story, amber brick, two-car garage addition with two metal roll-gates; garage has stuccoed, concrete block side facade with terra cotta coping. Southwest (rear) elevation: Four bay brick facade; one-over-one, double-hung windows in segmentally- arched openings; projecting stone sills; denticulated brick and metal cornice. Alterations: Facade is painted white; aluminum replacement windows in all openings; window grilles at first floor; light above door; door in reduced opening at first bay of first floor; alarm box at facade; satellite dish at roof.

654 and 656 Grandview Avenue Borough of Queens Tax Map Block 3485; Lot 32, 34

Date:

1910 (NB 1140-10)

Architect:

Louis Berger and Company

Original Owner/Developer:

Jacob Jaeger

Style/Ornament:

Renaissance Revival

Stories:

Two

654 Grandview Avenue: Northeast (Grandview Avenue) elevation: Five bay, amber-colored brick facade; one-over-one, double-hung windows in all openings except for entry at center bay of first floor; limestone lintels, sills and string coursing; bracketed galvanized iron door hood; off-white-painted, modillioned cornice with swags and wreaths; bluestone water table; historic bluestone stoop, railing and gate; historic metal railing with some detailing removed at areaway. Alterations: Storm windows in all openings; non- historic door; metal awning at entry; metal screens at basement windows; stoop has been stuccoed; cellar door at areaway. Southwest (rear) elevation: Six bay brick facade; one-over-one, double-hung windows in segmentally- arched openings; projecting stone sills; denticulated brick and green-painted, metal cornice. Alterations: Facade is painted buff color; aluminum replacement windows in all openings; clothes line at facade.

656 Grandview Avenue: Northeast (Grandview Avenue) elevation: Five bay, amber-colored brick facade; one-over-one, double-hung windows in all openings except for entry at center bay of first floor; limestone lintels, sills and string coursing; off-white-painted, modillioned cornice with swags and wreaths; bluestone water table; historic metal railing and gate at areaway. Alterations: Vinyl replacement windows in all openings; iron door hood replaced with flat stucco; non-historic door; metal awning and light at entry; conduit at facade; window grilles at basement; stonework at basement painted grey; non-historic brick and cast stone stoop and railing; cellar entry at areaway. Southwest (rear) elevation: Six bay brick facade; one-over-one, double-hung windows in segmentally- arched openings; projecting stone sills; denticulated brick and green-painted, metal cornice. Alterations: Facade is painted white; aluminum replacement windows in all openings; alarm box, wires and clothes line at facade.

658 Grandview Avenue Borough of Queens Tax Map Block 3485; Lot 36

Date:

1910 (NB 1143-10)

Architect:

Louis Berger and Company

Original Owner/Developer:

Jacob Jaeger

Style/Ornament:

Renaissance Revival

Stories:

Two

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