116 9th Ave NE 33701

Then and Now — 1934 & 2022 — 116 9th Ave NE (was 110 9th)

From 1934: “Beautiful 2-Story home in the most desirable close in, north side residential area in the city. Has center reception hall, spacious living room with unusually large sun parlor, dining room, kitchen with breakfast nook, bedroom, lavatory, and toilet down; 4 full sized bedrooms and 2 tile baths up. Central HOT WATER HEATING system. Property newly decorated inside and out and in perfect condition. Artistically landscaped grounds; 3-car garage. $8,500.”

This home was built by Fred Dillman, contractor who pulled the permit in 1925 for the building cost of $10,000. The first few owners were Charles Ira Smith, owner of Smith Roofing Co. and his wife Hilda who lived here from 1926 – 1930. From 1930 to 1932 the house was owned by Alfred Clarke Siviter and his wife, he was manager and later owner, of Harrison hardware. From 1932 to 1933 the house was owned by Mrs. Maude Fahrney who ran it as a rest home for the elderly.

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