|Address:||94 Fidler Avenue|
|Architects:||W. D. Lount|
|Contractors:||Frank Lount and Sons Company|
All of the homes constructed within the Silver Heights subdivision had full, unfinished, concrete basements by Concrete Placers Limited, which housed the home’s mechanical equipment. At the time of construction forced-air furnaces were installed, equipped with Wisconsin Oil Burners. The 4 inch ducting was standard use for the Lounts in their developments, as the parts were pre-fabricated, making on-site installation quick and seamless.
Also completed in 1953 the front facade of this 1,154 square feet south-facing home features one large, separated window following the pitched roof line. A large horizontal brick chimney dominates the front elevation.
The interior of all of the homes within the division were finished with flooring of 1/2 inch select oak, with the exception of kitchen, bathroom, vestibule and hall. Interior walls were Gyproc lath and plaster, interior doors were flat-panel clear grade mono-type doors, with a glazed finish. At the time of sale the interior trim was paint-grade fir, enamelled white.
|Roof:||Peak, medium length eave|
1,142 square feet
|Developer:||Frank R. Lount|
|Garage:||Double attached garage|