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569 Pleasant Street

William and Deborah Jamieson completed an extensive restoration of their porch’s decorative railings, posts, and trim. William painted and re-installed historic railing and trim pieces on his large wrap-around porch. Missing railing and trim pieces were custom made to match the originals. Two porch posts, which had been replaced with unsightly wood beams, were replaced with historically appropriate posts. Project work continues into 2015.

1057 Logan Street

Anne Kenley and Steve Younce undertook a complete restoration of their home's west side, including repairs to the brick foundation,replacement of deteriorated wood siding, replacement of rotted wood trim, and painting of the entire area. All replaced siding and trim areas were matched to fit seamlessly with the original size and design.

1210 Conner Street (2014)

Chris and Maggie Owens repainted their home’s original wood siding.

1359 Logan Street

Casey and Bill Kenley painted their home’s front exterior gables and two windows.

354 N. 10th Street (2014)

Heather and Gary MacInnis restored their home’s carriage house, including replacement of rotting wood and painting of the entire structure.

1274 Logan Street

John Gilmore reframed his front door and painted the area around the door. He also replaced two small side windows.

578 Chestnut Street

Ashley Snedeker replaced her home’s deteriorated exterior windows.

1389 Conner Street

The Tardy family completed one of the most ambitious projects to be funded this year. They removed inappropriate trim and replaced it with period appropriate decorative trim. They also painted the front facade in a historically appropriate color scheme. As if that was not enough, they also began working on restoring their porch to a more historically appropriate look.

1159 Conner Street

Mike and Sandy Stewart undertook a complete repair of their home's rotted exterior trim. Once the trim was replaced, they painted it and other wood areas of the exterior with historically appropriate colors. The new trim and paint have added nice curb appeal to this prominent home on Conner Street

1194 Conner Street

Rob & Krista Bockos also had a very ambitious project. They completely revitalized the front of their home by removing newer siding from the front of the house to expose the original siding. They painted this newly exposed siding, as well as the shutters. In addition, they replaced the concrete front porch with a more historically appropriate one.

1374 Maple Avenue

Tim & Lauren Parker's historic garage was re-sided to address the rotted tongue-and-groove boards and leaking issues. Missing windows were replaced with salvaged windows, and soffits were replaced.

354 N. 10th Street (2015)

Heather and Gary restored their home’s two brick chimneys as part of continued maintenance and long-term stability.

1210 Conner Street (2015)

Chris and Maggie Owens repaired their home's two brick chimneys to address functionality issues

1497 Monument Street

Hal & Lisa Cardona's project included replacement of eight windows

1040 Plum Street

Matching grant to Patrick Adkins for painting all wood fascia, soffit, concrete foundations and plantings around house.

1436 Clinton Street

Heather and Wallace Miner project included sidewalk, porch and railing repair along with stabilization and repair of front porch columns.

1007 S. 7th Street

The Tanton family wanted to remove an enclosure to their porch and replace it with a more architecturally appropriate design. NPA grant money helped them finance the construction, which included incorporating the porch's original columns into the new design.

498 S. 10th Street

The Corbett family envisions restoring their home's exterior to its Italianate roots. NPA grant money helped them remove a deteriorating Neoclassical front porch and replace it with an Italianate design.

Special thanks to the Noblesville Preservation Alliance Sponsors