445 & 456 EAST 19TH STREET
445: Foster & Gallimore, 1931
456: Arne Delhi, 1910
New York City Historic District
State and National Registers of Historic Places
These two houses stand across the street from one another. On the east side, number 445 (not pictured) was designed to emulate an English cottage and features multi-colored rough-cut brick, a steeply pitched roof with slate tiles and a large fanciful brick chimney. Number 456 was designed by a Norwegian architect in the Spanish Mission style, but its eclectic contribution to the streetscape also includes a pediment suggesting a Dutch influence.