Between Bushwick Avenue and Evergreen
Block 3171, Lot 50, 51
|65-67 Troutman Street (2011). Credit: Heather Hartshorn.|
Year Built: 1891
Building Type: Rowhouse
Architect: Ed. Schneider
Original Owner: George Lebonar
Proposed District: N/A
The two-story rowhouses at 65-67 Troutman was built in 1891, and 65 Troutman Street was built to house two families. Designed by Ed. Schneider for owner George Lebonar, the building is 22 feet wide by 30 feet deep. A spruce-framed building with brick piers and brick outer walls with pine siding. Although both structures retain their massing, many of the original facade features have been lost, and the facade has been covered iwth faux siding.
- ^ Buildings Folder (Block 3171 Lot 50 and 51), Department of Buildings, Brooklyn, NY.
Robinson, Robinson’s Atlas of the City of Brooklyn, New York. Plate 18: Part of Wards 18 & 21. Brooklyn, N.Y. (1886)
Ullitz, Atlas of the Brooklyn Borough of the City of New York. Part of Wards 18 & 27. Land Map Sections, Nos. 18 & 27. (1898-1899)