Historic Knoulton House
National Register Listed
Rehabilitation of a Victorian Vernacular/Arts and Crafts Style
Single-Family Home to an Affordable 3-Unit Apartment Building
- Project Cost - Estimated 300K
- 2 Story Existing Building with Single Room Addition
- 3 Dwelling Unit Conversion
- 2,400 SqFt. Total Rehabilitation
Year Built: c. 1890 Rehab Completion: Spring 2013
Developer: Ready-Made-Rehab, Inc.
Architect: BEY-Design, Lew Beyers - Principal in Charge
General Contractor: Ready-Made-Rehab, Inc.
HOME Partnership Grant: Community Development - City of Muncie
Project team is seeking Energy Star and LEED for Homes ratings to provide quality energy efficient affordable housing opportunities for the community.
National Register of Historic Places Listing - April 27, 1989
This well maintained residence is a turn of the century carpenter-built Victorian Vernacular design, which received a slightly later Arts and Crafts style porch and sunroom. Two stories in
height, the house has a gable-on-hip roof with gabled extensions to the North and West. Imbricated shingles cover the main block gable areas. The flared verge-boards and exposed purlin
motifs could also be slightly later additions. The walls are of frame construction with narrow feather edged clapboards and wide corner boards with half-round bead trim at the corners.
Some of the original one-over-one sash remains, other windows are now five-over-one sash. The porch has been rebuilt in the Arts and Crafts Style. The gables are low pitched and have faux
half-timbering, wide verge-boards and exposed purlins. The piers and low wall are of stippled red face brick with limestone details and copings. The house is situated on a brick
Responsibilities : Principal in Charge / Architect / GC
Field Measurement and Documentation of Existing Conditions : Unit Design and Layout : Development of Deconstruction Plans : Preservation and Rehabilitation Strategy : Code Research : Schematic
Design : Development of Project Budget and Construction Budget : Procure Bids from Consultants and Subcontractors : Review Bids and Select Subcontractors : Design Development : Construction Documents
: State Design Release : Work Closely with Historic Preservation Officer : Work Closely with Federal, State and Local Governmental Authorities : Project Management : Construction Administration :
Project Turnover and Closeout
A BEY-Design project