North End House

Parcel 14-3

Date Unknown / Creator Unknown

Collection: North End House HistoryStreet Address: 266 Vaughan StreetParcel: 14-3
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Subject consists of a level lot of land containing 12,479 square feet with 131.1 feet of frontage on Vaughan Street and 133.9 feet of frontage on Jackson Street.

Subject is improved with the following described buildings:

Building A
Building A is a 28' x 26' garage, in fair condition. The foundation is concrete; the exterior walls are wood and metal; the windows are wood double/hung and the roof is shed type with roll roofing. Wiring is BX, Romex, 110 volt. The floor is concrete.

Building B
Building B is a one family dwelling in poor condition. The foundation is brick and stone; walls are clapboard; windows are wood double/hung; the gable roof is asphalt shingled. Heat and hot water are by stove; plumbing is copper; wiring is BX, Romex, 220 volts, 60 amperes, some exposed; floors are softwood; walls and ceilings are plaster; the kitchen is old style and there is a three piece bathroom.

Building C
Building C is a one family dwelling in poor condition. The foundation is brick and stone; walls are composition; windows are wood double/hung and the gable roof is asphalt shingled. There is a full basement; heat is by stove; hot water is by stove; plumbing is galvanized; electric service is 220; floors are softwood; walls and ceilings are plaster; there is an old style kitchen and a 3 piece bathroom.

Building D
Building D is a one family dwelling in poor condition. The foundation is stone; walls are composition; windows are wood double/hung; the gable roof is asphalt shingled.

We were unable to inspect the interior of this building, but it appears there are two rooms on the first floor and two rooms on the second floor. This building is boarded up at present.

Building E
Building E - frame office building in fair condition. The foundation is concrete; exterior walls are metal; the windows are wood double/hung; the slight gable roof has roll roofing. There is no basement; heat is by a gas unit heater, wiring is BX, Romex, 110 volt; floors are narrow board; walls are wood panel; ceilings are composition.

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~ “Parcel 14-3,” Portsmouth Public Library's Online Archives, accessed September 19, 2017, http://portsmouthexhibits.org/items/show/173.

Full Item Record

Dublin Core

Title

Parcel 14-3

North End House Item Type Metadata

Parcel #

14-3

Street Address

266 Vaughan Street
33-35, 45, 55 Jackson Street

Owner in 1967

Heirs of Ethel Goldstein

Property Type

Commercial / Residential

Prior Owner / Purchase Date

Ethel Goldstein / 1961

1967 Assessed Value

$6,600

1967 Taxes

$366.30

1967 Estimated Market Value

$19,000

Summary Description

Subject consists of a level lot of land containing 12,479 square feet with 131.1 feet of frontage on Vaughan Street and 133.9 feet of frontage on Jackson Street.

Subject is improved with the following described buildings:

Building A
Building A is a 28' x 26' garage, in fair condition. The foundation is concrete; the exterior walls are wood and metal; the windows are wood double/hung and the roof is shed type with roll roofing. Wiring is BX, Romex, 110 volt. The floor is concrete.

Building B
Building B is a one family dwelling in poor condition. The foundation is brick and stone; walls are clapboard; windows are wood double/hung; the gable roof is asphalt shingled. Heat and hot water are by stove; plumbing is copper; wiring is BX, Romex, 220 volts, 60 amperes, some exposed; floors are softwood; walls and ceilings are plaster; the kitchen is old style and there is a three piece bathroom.

Building C
Building C is a one family dwelling in poor condition. The foundation is brick and stone; walls are composition; windows are wood double/hung and the gable roof is asphalt shingled. There is a full basement; heat is by stove; hot water is by stove; plumbing is galvanized; electric service is 220; floors are softwood; walls and ceilings are plaster; there is an old style kitchen and a 3 piece bathroom.

Building D
Building D is a one family dwelling in poor condition. The foundation is stone; walls are composition; windows are wood double/hung; the gable roof is asphalt shingled.

We were unable to inspect the interior of this building, but it appears there are two rooms on the first floor and two rooms on the second floor. This building is boarded up at present.

Building E
Building E - frame office building in fair condition. The foundation is concrete; exterior walls are metal; the windows are wood double/hung; the slight gable roof has roll roofing. There is no basement; heat is by a gas unit heater, wiring is BX, Romex, 110 volt; floors are narrow board; walls are wood panel; ceilings are composition.