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File #: 21-0367    Version: 1
Type: PC/DRC New Items Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 6/22/2021 In control: Design Review Committee
On agenda: 7/8/2021 Final action:
Title: Design Review No. 5031-21, Chapman Olive Residence, 321 N. Olive Street
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Attachment 1 - Vicinity Map, 3. Attachment 2 - Project Narrative, 4. Attachment 3 - Architectural Plans date stamped 6.2.2021, 5. Attachment 4 - Site Photographs, 6. Attachment 5 - DPR Form for 321 N. Olive Street
TO: Chair and Members of the Design Review Committee

THRU: Anna Pehoushek, Assistant Community Development Director

FROM: Kelly Ribuffo, Associate Planner - Historic Preservation

Design Review No. 5031-21, Chapman Olive Residence, 321 N. Olive Street
Final Determination by the Design Review Committee.

The applicant proposes to partially demolish a non-contributing rear addition, construct a new 38 square foot addition, and rehabilitate the front porch of an existing single-family residence. The property is a contributing resource to the Old Towne Historic District.
Applicant/Owner: Chapman University
Property Location: 321 N. Olive Street
General Plan Designation: Low Density Residential (LDR)
Zoning Classification: Duplex Residential (R-2-6)
Existing Development: 1,066 square foot single-family residence and 502 square foot detached garage
Associated Application: None
Previous DRC Project Review: None
The applicant proposes to rehabilitate a contributing single-family residence in conformance with the Historic Preservation Design Standards for Old Towne (Design Standards). In addition to overall maintenance and repair of the house, the scope of work includes the following items:
* Partial demolition of an existing non-historic rear addition, including replacement of siding and windows and reconstruction of the roofline in a gable form to match the rest of the residence.

* Addition of an additional 38 square feet onto the existing addition to extend the bedroom footprint.

* Installation of new architecturally compatible windows and doors on the rear (east) and south elevations.

* Construction of new entry stoops and patio at the rear elevation to replace missing steps.

* Repair brick porch columns on the front elevation.
Detailed plans and photographs are included as Attachment 3 of this report. The proposed work meets the developme...

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