302 South Sergeant

Frank Childress House Circa 1922

Prairie

Art glass

The two-and-one-half-story Craftsman features limestone foundation, brown brick cladding and a tile hip roof. A one-story hipped sunroom projects from the south and a two-story hipped addition

projects from the northwest corner. Two hipped dormers rise from the east and west slopes of the roof.

Brick chimneys rise from the north and south slopes. A hipped porch with brick columns and kneewalls

projects from the east. This elevation has three symmetrical bays. Sidelights flank the historic wood panel door on the first story. The second story has single windows flanking a paired window. All are historic four-over-four double-hung wood windows.  The historic openings have stone sills. A one-and-one-half-story three-car garage is located at the rear of the property. It has brown brick cladding and a tile roof with hipped dormers. Three wide openings access the garage on the east roof with exposed rafter tails.