1100 North Fifth Street - St. Charles, MO
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member YoSam.
N 38° 47.480 W 090° 28.890
15S E 718735 N 4296633
This structure in the Frenchtown Historic District is classified as C
Waymark Code: WM18DY2
Location: Missouri, United States
Date Posted: 07/15/2023
Published By:Groundspeak Premium Member Geo Ferret
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County of building: St. Charles County
Location of building: N 5th St. & Lawrence St., NE corner, St. Charles
Built: c. 1907
Architectural Style: Vernacular
Classified: C
Frenchtown District Map

Marker Text:

1100 North Fifth Street
(c.1907) In 1824 property part of Common ground, was leased for $1 per year and most likely used as farm ground. In 1882, was sold on courthouse steps as 5 different parcels. In 1907, Jacob Schaeffer and his wife most likely built the house. In 1933, the basement was dug under the house by hand. Sunporch and dormers have been added.

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History of Mark:
Built: c. 1907
Wall: Frame
Roof: Hipped/asphalt shingle
Foundation: Stone
Architectural: Vernacular
Center chimney.

1875 - Lot (CB) part of Henry Behren's estate." ~ St. Charles City Historic Survey  PDF pages 372-373

Additional point: Not Listed

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