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File #: 210142.    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Petition Status: To Be Introduced
File created: 6/30/2021 In control: Historic Preservation Board
On agenda: 8/3/2021 Final action:
Title: Reroof single-family dwelling with a metal roof (B) Petition HP-21-60. James Whitton, Whitton Roofing Company, agent for David Harlos and Darcie MacMahon, owners. Certificate of Appropriateness to reroof an existing single-family dwelling with a metal roof. Located at 618 NE 9th Avenue. This building is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The existing single-family dwelling is a one-story, stone bungalow that was built in 1926 according to the Alachua County property appraiser’s office, and c. 1928 per the Florida Master Site File AL00776. It appears on the Sanborn map of 1928. The house is masonry structure with stone and rubble for exterior materials, a masonry wall foundation, a stone columns porch, a port cochere, stucco covered chimney, and a hip roof with a hip, cross gable secondary roof structure with composition shingles. The building is approximately 1,949 square feet of heated space and 2,567 square feet of...
Attachments: 1. 210142_HP-21-00060_618NE9thAve_Staff Report_20210706
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Reroof single-family dwelling with a metal roof (B)

Petition HP-21-60. James Whitton, Whitton Roofing Company, agent for David Harlos and Darcie MacMahon, owners. Certificate of Appropriateness to reroof an existing single-family dwelling with a metal roof. Located at 618 NE 9th Avenue. This building is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District.

Project Description

The existing single-family dwelling is a one-story, stone bungalow that was built in 1926 according to the Alachua County property appraiser’s office, and c. 1928 per the Florida Master Site File AL00776. It appears on the Sanborn map of 1928. The house is masonry structure with stone and rubble for exterior materials, a masonry wall foundation, a stone columns porch, a port cochere, stucco covered chimney, and a hip roof with a hip, cross gable secondary roof structure with composition shingles. The building is approximately 1,949 square feet of heated space and 2,567 square feet of total area and it is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District.

The proposal under consideration with this application would remove the existing architectural shingles from the house and the detached garage and install a 24 gauge floating standing seam panel metal roof over plywood. The proposed roofing is Galvalume in color and is manufactured by Tri-County Metals.

Roofs are a highly visible component of historic buildings and are an integral part of a building’s overall design and architectural style. The Historic Preservation Board discussed and adopted a policy on April 2, 2013 concerning styles of metal roofing which would be allowed within the historic districts. The Historic Preservation Board approves metal roofing on a case-by-case basis depending on the style and use of the building. Recommended metal roofing for most buildings in the historic district is a 5-V crimp or standing seam metal, as spacing of these roofs is more...

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