600 West Nine Mile Road
DescriptionThe Schoenbaum house c. 1915 is a folk style Colonial Revival two-story home with a pyramidal standing seam roof with bracketed wide eaves. It features a wraparound porch supported by classical style columns. Its primarily building material is concrete block. It is one of thirteen homes made from rusticated concrete blocks in Highland Springs dating to the first quarter of the 20th century. Highland Springs has a unique concentration of these structures. The centerpiece of this type of construction is the Highland Springs Methodist Church built in 1909 with an annex added in 1915. The most decorative block house is on North Beech Street built in 1937.
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