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File #: 21-0612    Version: 1
Type: PC/DRC New Items Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 10/25/2021 In control: Design Review Committee
On agenda: 11/17/2021 Final action:
Title: Design Review No. 5055-21, Stoner Residence, 164 N. Center Street
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Attachment 1 Vicinity Map, 3. Attachment 2 Letter of Explanation, 4. Attachment 3 Historic Resource Survey Form, 5. Attachment 4 Aerial Photograph and Sanborm Map, 6. Attachment 5 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. 5055-21, Stoner Residence, 164 N. Center Street
Final determination by the Design Review Committee.
The applicant proposes to demolish a rear patio and construct a 498 square foot addition to a historic single-family residence in the Old Towne Historic District.
Applicant/Owner: Judy and Dan Stoner
Property Location: 164 N. Center Street
General Plan Designation: Low Density Residential, 6-15 dwelling units per acre (LDR)
Zoning Classification: Single-Family Residential (R-1-6)
Existing Development: 1,054 square foot single-family residence and 350 square foot detached accessory storage shed
Associated Application: None
Previous DRC Project Review: None
The project includes demolition of a 327 square foot screened, at-grade patio at the back of the house and construction of a 498 square foot addition containing a family room and bathroom and closet for the primary bedroom. The addition is inset from the corners of the house and has wood siding with an eight inch exposure and wood windows. A rear porch covered by a wood pergola is included in the project. The porch includes concrete steps and a side wall with a scored plaster finish and concrete caps. Details are included in Attachment 5 Project Plans.
The site is developed with a 1,054 square foot single-family residence and detached 350 square foot storage shed. The residence was constructed circa 1919 and is a contributor to the Old Towne Historic District. The screened patio at the rear of the house was added after 1947 based on aerial photographs and observation of the materials used for construction (Attachment 4 Aerial Photograph and Sanborn Map). It is not a character-defining feat...

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