Detail View: Architecture and Urban Planning Collection: Pfleger Family Houses

Work Record ID: 
1142
Reproduction Record ID: 
1142
Work Class: 
Architecture
Work Type: 
house
Title: 
Pfleger Family Houses
Title Type: 
preferred
Creator: 
Pfleger, Julius, active late 19th century, early 20th century
Creator Type: 
personal
Creator Role: 
architect
Date: 
1870-1880
Date Type: 
creation
Location: 
Cincinnati (Ohio)
Location Type: 
site
Location: 
216-218 Erkenbrecher Ave., Avondale (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Style Period: 
Queen Anne Style
Culture: 
American
Subject: 
Cincinnati (Ohio)
Subject: 
National Register of Historic Places
Subject: 
houses
Subject: 
turrets (towers)
Subject: 
stained glass (visual works)
Subject: 
historic buildings
Subject: 
Avondale (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Description: 
"The houses on Erkenbrecher Avenue date from 1890s through the 1920s, that period of Avondale's early history when it was a fairly exclusive suburb where wealthy families built homes. The elegant Queen Anne and Eclectic style 3-story brick mansions with their turrets, columns, decorative brick work, and stained glass windows indicate the affluent market for which they were intended."
Information Source: 
Giglierano, Geoffrey J., et al. The Bicentennial Guide to Greater Cincinnati : A Portrait of Two Hundred Years. Cincinnati, Ohio: Cincinnati Historical Society, 1988. 387.
Reproduction Creator: 
Cincinnati Preservation Association
Reproduction Creator Type: 
donor
Reproduction View: 
Front facade
Reproduction View Type: 
exterior view
Reproduction Rights Statement: 
These images are for non-profit use educational use. Publication, commercial use, or reproduction of material in physical or digital form requires prior written permission from the copyright holder.