1200 North Fifth Street - St. Charles, MO
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member YoSam.
N 38° 47.525 W 090° 28.867
15S E 718766 N 4296718
Queen Anne house in ole Frenchtown
Waymark Code: WM18ECH
Location: Missouri, United States
Date Posted: 07/18/2023
Published By:Groundspeak Premium Member Geo Ferret
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County of building: St. Charles County
Location of building: N 5th St. & Bayard St., NE corner, St. Charles
Built: 1890
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
Classified: C
Frenchtown District Map

Marker Text:

1200 North Fifth Street
Brick Victorian with large bay window and south entrance foyer (c.1893). Built for David and Kathrine Dallmeyer. [s/b Dahlmeyer] Owned by the Dallmeyer family until 1942. The family owned the entire block bound by Fifth St., Bayard St., Fourth St. and Randolph St.

History of Mark:
"Built: after 1869
Wall: Brick
Roof: gable/hipp; asphalt sheath
Foundation: Stone
Architectural: Vernacular
filigree fron cresting on one-story façade bay; Eastlake spindle work porch trim. Center chimney.

Owned by C. Dahlmeyer 1905.." ~ St. Charles City Historic Survey  PDF pages 386-387

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