July 08, 2020 | Tyler Difley
Year of Construction: 1901
Community: East Village
Architectural style: Western false front
At almost 120 years old, the Sanders Residence holds the distinction of being the longest-standing continually occupied home in the East Village. The home is an excellent example of Western false front architecture, a style that was common among commercial buildings in the Old West of the United States and Canada, but quite rare among residential buildings.