1112 North Fourth Street - St. Charles, MO
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member YoSam.
N 38° 47.470 W 090° 28.812
15S E 718849 N 4296618
This structure in the Frenchtown Historic District is classified as A & B. The word "galerie" is French for their style porch.
Waymark Code: WM18Q6M
Location: Missouri, United States
Date Posted: 09/10/2023
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County of building: St. Charles County
Location of building: N 4th St., 2nd house N of Lawrence St., E side, St. Charles
Built: c. 1885
Architectural Style: Federal Half-House/French Colonial Galerie
Classified: A/B
Frenchtown District Map

Marker Text:

1112 North Fourth Street
A "Federal Style half house" (c. 1875). Built for John Schneidermeier. On the Historical and Architectural map used by Frenchtown for the national historic district.

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History of Mark:
"Built: c. 1885
Walls: brick painted
Foundation: stone
Roof: side gable/asph. shingles
Architectural Style: Federal Half-House/French Colonial galerie
Side gale roof with large, front, shed roof dormer, side chimneys, table-leg porch posts.
House was owned by F. Schneidermeier on the 1905 plat.." ~ St. Charles City Historic Survey  pages 252-253

Additional point: Not Listed

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