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File #: 21-0344    Version: 1
Type: PC/DRC New Items Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 6/10/2021 In control: Design Review Committee
On agenda: 7/8/2021 Final action:
Title: Design Review No. 5000-20, Brock Residence, 274 S. Center Street
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Attachment 1 Vicinity Map, 3. Attachment 2 Site Photographs, 4. Attachment 3 Aerial Photographs, 5. Attachment 4 Historic Resource Survey Form, 6. Attachment 5 Letter of Justification, 7. Attachment 6 Description of Modifications to Front Window, 8. Attachment 7 Project Plans
TO: Chair and Members of the Design Review Committee

THRU: Anna Pehoushek, Assistant Community Development Director

FROM: Marissa Moshier, Historic Preservation Planner

Design Review No. 5000-20, Brock Residence, 274 S. Center Street
Final determination from the Design Review Committee.
The applicant proposes exterior modifications to a historic single-family residence, including demolishing a portion of the one-story rear section of the house and replacing it with a 359 square foot first floor addition, demolishing a second floor deck and replacing it with a 107 square foot second floor attic and stair access, constructing a 320 square foot basement, and removing one of two front doors and replacing it with a window.
Applicant/Owner: Erich and Eraina Brock
Property Location: 274 S. Center Street, Old Towne Historic District
General Plan Designation: Low Density Residential (LDR)
Zoning Classification: Single-Family Residential (R-1-6)
Existing Development: 1,509 square foot historic single-family residence and 272 square foot garage
Associated Application: None
Previous DRC Project Review: None
The project includes the following components:
* Demolition of 229 square feet at the rear of the building and replacement with a 359 square foot one-story addition. The addition has a low-sloped roof with wood siding and wood windows.
* Demolition of the second floor deck and construction of a 107 square foot attic and stair access at the second floor. The addition is placed below the eaves of the historic roof with a gable roof that follows the slope of the second floor roof. The addition has wood siding and wood windows.
* Construction of a 320 square foot basement under the new addition.
* Removal of one of the two front doors and replacement with a wood window.
The site is developed with a 1,509 square foot single-family re...

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