6704 Fairfield Street (Resource Number 0030, not pictured) was built ca. 1940 in the Colonial Revival style. The two-story, three-bay house is oriented toward the northeast, and features a symmetrical façade. Square in plan, the house rests on a pier-and-beam foundation, and is clad in brick that has been painted. The house features a brick soldier course at the eaves, an interior brick chimney, and quarter-circle gable end vents. The windows are eight-over-eight wood sash with brick sills. The single entry features the original wood panel door with fanlight. A one-bay porch is covered with a metal visor, and is supported by wood posts; the porch floor consists of brick paving. The medium pitch, side-gabled roof features closed eaves, and the roof is covered in composition shingles. The slightly elevated landscape contains grass, shrubs, trees, and a wood fence. The house has been little altered and therefore retains its integrity and is a contributing element of the district. An original garage at the rear of the lot is little altered and continues in its historic function. It therefore also contributes to the historic district.
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