51. Gustave C. Melhose House, Oak 367, Queen Anne/Colonial Revival, Built 1904
A Queen Anne house with Colonial Revival details, built in 1904 by Robert Mellin. This cross-gabled, hipped-roof building has Colonial Revival elements on the exterior including a shallow hipped roof, open Tuscan columned porch flanked by projecting triple bay windows with beveled glass.
Paired lights punctuate the second story while a square rectangular light appears above the hipped roof porch. The front gable has a fanlight pediment with a keystone on top. The cedar shingle roof was common to many homes built in the early 20th century.