North End House

Parcel 5-1

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Collection: North End House HistoryStreet Address: Deer StreetParcel: 5-1
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Subject property consists of a level lot containing 50,143 square feet, having a frontage of 104.8 feet on Vaughan Street and 309.8 feet on Deer Street. The land is improved with a commercial building which was once a railroad station.

The exterior of the building is wood clapboard with wood/double hung windows. The roof is hip with asphalt shingles.

The interior of the building is in good condition with a concrete floor in the basement. The heat is hot water and oil/cast iron. The plumbing is copper and the wiring is BX, 220 volt with 100 ampere service. The floors are wood with tile and the walls and ceilings are wood and compostion.

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~ “Parcel 5-1,” Portsmouth Public Library's Online Archives, accessed November 21, 2017, http://portsmouthexhibits.org/items/show/25.

Full Item Record

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Title

Parcel 5-1

North End House Item Type Metadata

Parcel #

5-1

Street Address

Deer Street

Owner in 1967

Ray Peterson d/b/a Denco Realty Co.

Property Type

Commercial

Prior Owner / Purchase Date

B & M Railroad / September 2, 1959 and October 16, 1961

1967 Assessed Value

$20,000

1967 Taxes

$1,110

1967 Estimated Market Value

$56,000

Summary Description

Subject property consists of a level lot containing 50,143 square feet, having a frontage of 104.8 feet on Vaughan Street and 309.8 feet on Deer Street. The land is improved with a commercial building which was once a railroad station.

The exterior of the building is wood clapboard with wood/double hung windows. The roof is hip with asphalt shingles.

The interior of the building is in good condition with a concrete floor in the basement. The heat is hot water and oil/cast iron. The plumbing is copper and the wiring is BX, 220 volt with 100 ampere service. The floors are wood with tile and the walls and ceilings are wood and compostion.