Vance-Lambert House; large simplified Queen Anne cottage, neoclassical in its symmetrical massing; Ist story brick veneered with flat cast stone sills and lintels; distinctive roofline of tall hip with large pedimented, shingled dormer on each side; less-than-full-facade 3-bay front porch with brick piers has been screened in; full raised basement rear and south side; later garage added to rear; earliest known occupant R. D. Vance, attorney (1915), followed by William D. Lambert, president of Red Front Grocery Co. (1927).


National Registry of Historic Places