Miller Avenue

Bungalow style built in 1915
111 Miller Avenue

225 Miller Ave. circa 1940













This T-plan home was built in 1895
135 Miller Avenue



135 Miller Avenue

One of the first homes on the street, 135 Miller Avenue is a          1 story frame, T-plan, 3 bay residences built in 1895. The house has a brick foundation, hipped roof of composition shingles, interior brick chimneys and added asbestos tile siding.  On the main facade is a 1 story porch with Tuscan columns.  On the main and west facade is a 1 story bay window with 1/1 sash windows and recessed frame panels.  The main entrance has a shingle light glass and frame door and single light transom.  All windows are rectangular 1/1 sash.  The gable peaks have milled panels and drop pendants.  Previous owners added a deck in the rear of the home and completed a portion of the attic to add more living space.

Bungalow Craftsman circa 1915







126/128 Miller Ave. circa 1915







Bungalow influence, built 1905
203 Miller Avenue

203 Miller Avenue

This 1 1/2 story T-Plan framed house has a three bay rectangular plan with strong Bungalow influences.  The house has a brick foundation and a Gable roof of composition shingles.  There is an exterior end chimney and a large shed roof dormer.  On the main south facade there is a small porch with milled posts and brackets.  The widows are 1/1 sash and located on the main facade there is small 1 story bay window.  The main entrance has a single light glass and frame door.  Beneath the eaves are knee brace brackets giving this house a true bungalow feel.

T-plan design built in 1890
129 Miller Avenue








Bungalow design built in 1915
117 Miller Avenue