1016. 111 N. Indiana - Queen Anne

c. 1890 Although simple, this is a nice example of the Queen Anne style of architecture. This house retains many of its original features, such as wood siding, decorative millwork on the porch, and screen and entry doors. Pay special attention to the frosted glass window on the original front entry door; a fleur-de-lis with the house number printed below is a unique detail. Also note the historic wrought iron fence and a portion of a “Kokomo” brick sidewalk in front of the house. ((Queen Anne: A sub-style of the late Victorian era, Queen Anne is a collection of coquettish detailing and eclectic materials. Steep cross-gabled roofs, towers, and vertical windows are all typical of a Queen Anne home. Inventive, multistory floor plans often include projecting wings, several porches and balconies, and multiple chimneys with decorative chimney pots.)