411 Westervelt Avenue House, Horton’s Row

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

411 Westervelt Avenue

CLIENT: Harry L. Horton

ARCHITECT: Unknown

DATE: 1880-82

STYLE: Neo-Grec

Neo-Grec St. George Staten Island

Horton’s Row, constructed between 1880 and 1882 by Harry L. Horton, consisted of twelve identical attached masonry row houses that were built as affordable rental houses for middle-class families. No. 411 Westervelt Avenue is one of the only four intact houses that survive. The vernacular style red brick houses have neo-Grec style elements and feature full-width front porches, angled bay windows and cornices with dentils, angular or curved brackets and square consoles at the porch roof, above the entrance door transoms and bay windows at the first story, and the third story roof.

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

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