815 CLEVELAND/ROSENSTEIN HOUSE

815 CLEVELAND/ROSENSTEIN HOUSE

815
,
Durham
NC
Built in
1920
/ Demolished in
1980s
Construction type: 
Local historic district: 
National Register: 
Neighborhood: 
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  • Submitted by coco on Sunday, September 3, 2006 - 9:45pm

    Not fair - this isn't vacant - there is an old truck dumped there. Our city loves to let folks store there old wrecks where ever they last rolled to a stop.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Friday, July 2, 2010 - 4:48am

    WELL WELL WELL LOT LOOKS GOD NOW AND I SEE MOST OF THE WEEDS AND OAVER GROWTH BELONGS TO THE ELECTRIC COMPANY ON MANGUM ST THEY OWN THE TRACK THATS SOOOOO GREAT IN OUR CITY.. BUT I CALLED AND THE OWNERS ARE GOING ALONG WITH YOUR NEW FORM BASED CONDOS THAT OUR NEW DURHAM CITY LOVES SO MUCH.. BUILD AWAY FROM STREET NOW BUILD TO SIDEWALK SO MANY PEOPLE SHOULD HAVE WAITED BECAUSE NOW THEY CAN BUILD THEY WAY THEY WANTED IN THE BEGINNING BUT HEY MONEY IS SPENT MAKE UP YOUR MIND DURHAM...UDO TAKE OVER

  • Submitted by michell rawlen on Friday, July 2, 2010 - 4:52am

    THE CAR IS GONE AND THEY HAVE BEEN KEEPING IT CUT AND THE GRASS GOING BESIDE IT BELONGS TO THE ELECTRIC COMPANY ON MANGUM ST. I HEARD THEY ARE GOING TO PUT SOME OF YOUR BELOVED FORM BASED CONDOS THERE JUST FOR THE HATERS... ITS ALWAYS A PROBLEM UNTIL ITS YOU HAVING IT...

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  • Mon, 07/11/2011 - 10:41pm by gary

Location

35° 59' 57.048" N, 78° 53' 44.3508" W

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815
,
Durham
NC
Built in
1920
/ Demolished in
1980s
Construction type: 
Local historic district: 
National Register: 
Neighborhood: 
Type: 
Use: 
,

 

Name: Rosenstein House
Built: ~1920
Demolished: ~ after 1980
Owner: Shirley Taylor, Jejuan Taylor

The Rosenstein House was built later than most of the original structures on Cleveland Street - around 1920 - by Nathan Rosenstein, a local optometrist. It was a Tudor Revival house, very different in style than the Victorians that otherwise lined the street.

This structure was torn down sometime after the architectural inventory was taken in 1980. It has been an untended vacant lot for many years.

Comments

Not fair - this isn't vacant - there is an old truck dumped there. Our city loves to let folks store there old wrecks where ever they last rolled to a stop.

WELL WELL WELL LOT LOOKS GOD NOW AND I SEE MOST OF THE WEEDS AND OAVER GROWTH BELONGS TO THE ELECTRIC COMPANY ON MANGUM ST THEY OWN THE TRACK THATS SOOOOO GREAT IN OUR CITY.. BUT I CALLED AND THE OWNERS ARE GOING ALONG WITH YOUR NEW FORM BASED CONDOS THAT OUR NEW DURHAM CITY LOVES SO MUCH.. BUILD AWAY FROM STREET NOW BUILD TO SIDEWALK SO MANY PEOPLE SHOULD HAVE WAITED BECAUSE NOW THEY CAN BUILD THEY WAY THEY WANTED IN THE BEGINNING BUT HEY MONEY IS SPENT MAKE UP YOUR MIND DURHAM...UDO TAKE OVER

THE CAR IS GONE AND THEY HAVE BEEN KEEPING IT CUT AND THE GRASS GOING BESIDE IT BELONGS TO THE ELECTRIC COMPANY ON MANGUM ST. I HEARD THEY ARE GOING TO PUT SOME OF YOUR BELOVED FORM BASED CONDOS THERE JUST FOR THE HATERS... ITS ALWAYS A PROBLEM UNTIL ITS YOU HAVING IT...

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