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Appendix D: Opening and Closing of Inlets



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Appendix D: Opening and Closing of Inlets


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Appendix E: List of Classified Structures








Preferred Structure Name

Structure Number

LCS ID

Significance

Short Physical Description

1.

Cape Lookout Lighthouse

HS-100-A

000018

Cape Lookout Light Station is significant under NR Crit. A and C as the prototype of all lighthouses to be erected on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

Brick lighthouse painted with black and white diamond pattern has circumference of 95.7'. Metal door is raised above grade and has modern wood stair for access. Windows are 6/6 dh wood sash. Brick walk circles base.

2.

Portsmouth Life-Saving Station

HS-501-A

012512

Portsmouth Life-Saving Station is significant on the state level for its association with the U.S. Life-Saving Service on the Outer Banks and for its role in the history of Portsmouth Village.

50' x 64', 1 1/2-story, wood shingle building with hip roof has hip-roof porch on S facade that wraps halfway around E and W sides. Cupola sits atop roof.

3.

Robinson, Roy, House

HS-502

012513

House is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

1-story house has wood post foundation, board-and-batten siding, hipped roof with exposed rafters, and hipped front porch with wood posts. Windows are 6/6 and 2/2 dh wood sash. Sills are rotting and exterior weathered.

4.

Mason, Dennis, House

HS-503-A

012514

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

1 1/2 story bungalow has wood post foundation, gable roof with exposed rafters and knee brackets, and gable dormer. Front porch has squared columns atop brick piers and wood balustrade. Rear has 2 1-story additions.

5.

Babb, Jesse, House

HS-504-A

012515

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

1 1/2 story side gable bungalow has brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, and wood shingle roof with exposed rafters and gable dormer. Engaged roof front porch has squared wood columns; rear has cutaway porch.

6.

Styron, Ed, House

HS-505

012516

House is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

12.5' x 28.5' one-story house has wood post foundation, asphalt siding, & gable roof with asphalt shingles. Gable addition on NE is taller than main section. Gutters are falling off building and roof is in poor condition.

7.

Dixon/Babb Cemetery Headstones (Batch)

HS-506

012517

Cemetery is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

5 granite head- and footstones mark graves of former residents; 2 tiny cement markers mark graves of parakeets. Cemetery surrounded by white picket fence.

8.

Portsmouth Church

HS-508

012518

Church is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Front gable church with steeple has brick foundation, weatherboard siding, shingle roof, and Gothic arch windows. Some foundation piers are leaning; others have bricks missing and need repointing.

9.

Dixon, George, House

HS-510-A

012519

House is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

37' x 30.5' side gable house has wood post foundation, asphalt siding, brick chimney, and asphalt shingle roof. Building has front and rear shed porches. Round wood cistern sits at rear of building on wood posts.

10.

Pigott, Henry, House

HS-511-A

012520

House is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

1 1/2-story house has shingled side gable roof with projecting center gable, wood post foundation covered with lattice, and clapboard siding. Hipped porch has chamfered posts and exposed rafters. Rear ell contains kitchen.

11.

Gilgo, Tom, House

HS-512

012521

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

22'8"x12'4" side gable house has vertical board siding on front & clapboard siding on sides. Rear has gable addition with asphalt siding. Most of tarpaper has come off of roof, leaving plywood exposed. Front has shed porch.

12.

Wallace, Robert, House

HS-513

012522

House is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

25'5"x26', 1.5-story, side gable house has brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, wood shingle roof, & shed roof porch with chamfered wood posts. N side has remnants of brick chimney. Windows are 2/2 dh wood sash.

13.

Grace Cemetery Headstones

HS-514

012523

Cemetery is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Three marble headstones and 4 footstones are enclosed by picket fence. Headstones have fallen and are lying flat on the ground.

14.

Schoolhouse

HS-516-A

012524

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

20.5' x 26.5' one story school has brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, and hipped shingle roof with exposed rafters. Windows are shuttered.

15.

Community Cemetery Headstones

HS-517

012525

Cemetery is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Approx. 24 commercial headstones, most with accompanying foot marker, sit in grave plots marked variously with brick and concrete. Some stones are weathered, bricks dislodged, and cement lids severely cracked.

16.

Post Office and General Store

HS-518

012526

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

37' x 17.5' store has wood post foundation, front gable roof with exposed rafters, clapboard siding on N & S, and vertical board siding on front (E) and rear. Front has central recessed door flanked by 6/6 windows.

17.

Dixon-Salter House

HS-519-A

012527

House is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

2-story, hip roof house has brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, wood shingle roof with exposed rafters, and hipped dormers on front and back. Hipped roof porch has center gable and squared columns on brick piers.

18.

Dixon, Carl, House

HS-521-A

012528

House is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Front gable, 1 1/2 story house has brick pier and wood post foundation, clapboard siding, and wood shingle roof with stairs on E facade that lead to observation deck on roof. Front porch has shed roof and missing screening.

19.

Gaskill, Frank, House

HS-522-A

012529

House is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

31.5' x 21' one-story house has wood post foundation, clapboard siding, and hipped roof with shingle cover and exposed rafters. Windows are 6/6 dh wood sash.

20.

Styron-Bragg House

HS-523-A

012530

House is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

1 1/2-story clapboard house has brick pier & wood post foundation, hipped roof with exposed rafters, 4 hipped dormers clad in wood shingles, hipped front porch with columns, & rear 1-story hipped roof addition with porch on S side.

21.

Potter, T. T., House

HS-524-A

012531

Building is contributing feature of NR district; however, property may be less than 50 years old. If historic structure does exist, it has been heavily altered and has no architectural integrity.

Side gable, 1-story house has wood post foundation, synthetic siding, and metal windows.

22.

Roads in Portsmouth Village (Batch)

HS-550-A

012532

Roads are contributing features of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Eight unimproved roads, 8-10' wide, have a total length of 8400'.

23.

Portsmouth Life-Saving Station Stable

HS-501-C

012534

Portsmouth Life-Saving Station is significant on the state level for its association with the U.S. Life-Saving Service on the Outer Banks and for its role in the history of Portsmouth Village.

33.5' x 15.5', 1 1/2 story, board-and-batten building has gable roof with wood shingles. Board are bowing out on front (SE) facade, battens are loose, and doors fit poorly.

24.

Portsmouth Life-Saving Station Kitchen

HS-501-B

091745

Portsmouth Life-Saving Station is significant on the state level for its association with the U.S. Life-Saving Service on the Outer Banks and for its role in the history of Portsmouth Village.

32' x 14.5', one-story, side gable building with wood shingle exterior and wood post foundation was built as a summer kitchen but currently serves as VIP housing.

25.

Babb Garage

HS-504-C

091746

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

12'4"x16'2" hipped roof garage has wood post foundation, vertical board siding, & wood shingle roof. Central garage door on SW side is missing; NW facade has fixed 6 pane window. Siding is damaged and rotten in places.

26.

Pigott Summer Kitchen

HS-511-B

091747

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Building has board-and-batten exterior and front gable, wood shingle roof. Windows are 6/6 dh sash. Exterior end chimney sits at center of NW facade.

27.

Pigott Cool House

HS-511-C

091748

Structure is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Cool house sits on wood posts several feet above grade. Small, square structure has front gable roof clad in wood shingles and screen panels on all sides.

28.

Pigott Shed #2

HS-511-E

091750

Structure is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Shed has wood post foundation, vertical board siding, and shed roof. Both front and rear facades have 2 vertical board doors.

29.

Pigott Privy

HS-511-F

091751

Structure is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Privy has wood post foundation, vertical board siding, and wood shingle, gable roof. S facade has fixed pane window, and vertical board door sits on E.

30.

Babb Kitchen

HS-504-B

091752

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

9'4"x16'2" front gable shed has wood post foundation, vertical board siding, and wood shingle roof. Central door on SW side is plywood. Siding damaged and missing in places.

31.

Babb Generator House

HS-504-D

091753

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

4'3" x 5'3" side gable shed has wood post foundation, vertical board siding, and wood shingle roof. Central door on SW facade is missing.

32.

Babb Privy

HS-504-E

091754

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Frame privy has wood post foundation, vertical board siding, and shingled gable roof. SW has central vertical board door.

33.

Schoolhouse Shed

HS-516-B

091755

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

16'2"x10'2" clapboard shed has concrete foundation and gabled wood shingle roof. Central vertical board door provides only access to structure. Rear shed addition, 5'3"x10'2", has asphalt siding.

34.

Schoolhouse Cistern

HS-516-C

091756

Structure is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Cylindrical cistern with wood post foundation sits 1-2' above ground. Structure has vertical board exterior and conical roof.

35.

Dixon-Salter Cool House

HS-519-B

091757

Structure is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Front gable cool house sits several feet off ground, supported by wood posts. Wood shingle roof shelters vertical board siding. All sides of structures have screen inserts.

36.

Dixon-Salter Shed

HS-519-C

091758

Structure is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Hip roof shed has vertical board siding and shingle roof with exposed rafters. NE side has carport with flat roof and wood post supports. Vertical board siding is damaged.

37.

Dixon-Salter Privy

HS-519-D

091759

Structure is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Hip roof privy is clad in wood shingles. Roof is damaged. Central vertical board door on SE, and fixed window on NE.

38.

Dixon, Carl, Summer Kitchen

HS-521-B

091760

Structure is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Side gable shed has wood post foundation, vertical board siding, and metal roof. Windows are boarded.

39.

Styron-Bragg Shed

HS-523-B

091761

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Front gable shed has wood shingle roof and clapboard siding. Central vertical board door on E is located above-grade with no steps; door on S has wooden ramp.

40.

Styron-Bragg Cool House

HS-523-C

091762

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Cool house sits several feet above ground, supported by wood posts. Structure is wood with gable roof clad in shingles. Screens are missing from door and sides.

41.

Babb Barn

HS-504-F

091764

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Gable roof barn has vertical board siding and wood shingle roof. Vegetation covers shed roof section at front and portions of roof. Siding badly damaged; doors are replacements.

42.

Cape Lookout Light Station Keeper's Quarters

HS-100-C

091766

Cape Lookout Light Station is significant under NR Crit. A and C as the prototype of all light stations to be erected on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

38.8' x 39.6' 2-story side gable brick house has brick pier foundation, central door with 2 light transom, 6/6 dh wood sash windows, 2 interior end brick chimneys, and 1-story shed roof porches on N & S with wood posts.

43.

Cape Lookout Light Station Kitchen

HS-100-D

091767

Cape Lookout Light Station is significant under NR Crit. A and C as the prototype of all light stations to be erected on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

15' x 15.6' 1-story, side gable building has 9.2' x 10.6' addition on N end, concrete foundation, weatherboard siding, and tarpaper roof. Windows and doors are boarded up except for front door.

44.

Cape Lookout Light Station Cisterns (Batch)

HS-100-E

091768

Cape Lookout Light Station is significant under NR Crit. A and C as the prototype of all lighthouses to be erected on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

Three brick and concrete cisterns surround the Keeper's Quarters. Cisterns on W side measure 7.8' x 11.5' and 9' x 12'; each is brick, several feet high, and has concrete top. Cistern on E was not measured.

45.

Cape Lookout Coast Guard Station

HS-200-A

091769

Cape Lookout Coast Guard Station is significant because of its prominent role in the maritime heritage of NC.

2-story building has concrete foundation, metal siding, gable-on-hip roof with center tower, box cornice, and hipped roof front screen porch. Windows are aluminum replacement.

46.

Cape Lookout Coast Guard Station Galley

HS-200-B

091770

Cape Lookout Coast Guard Station is significant because of its prominent role in the maritime heritage of NC.

30' x 31' x 19.5' one-story building has side gable roof and shed roof addition on NE with screen porch. Windows are 1/1 aluminum replacements. Exterior clad in aluminum siding.

47.

Cape Lookout Coast Guard Sta. Equipment Building

HS-100-C

091771

Cape Lookout Coast Guard Station is significant because of its prominent role in the maritime heritage of NC.

50' x 32' x 26', 1 1/2 story side gable garage has 4 garage door bays (10' wide), 4 gable dormers on front and back, and 6/6 dh windows. A concrete pad sits in front of building.

48.

Cape Lookout Coast Guard Station Cistern

HS-200-D

091772

Cape Lookout Coast Guard Station is significant because of its prominent role in the maritime heritage of NC.

21' x 11' x 10' concrete/masonry cistern lies near Galley.

49.

Cape Lookout Coast Guard Sta. Generator Bldg. Ruin

HS-200-E

091773

Cape Lookout Coast Guard Station is significant because of its prominent role in the maritime heritage of NC.

Concrete foundation slab is all that remains of the Generator and Radio Beacon House. Building was 25' x 14' wood frame structure.

50.

Cape Lookout Coast Guard Sta. Storage Bldg. Ruin

HS-200-F

091774

Cape Lookout Coast Guard Station is significant because of its prominent role in the maritime heritage of NC.

Raised concrete slab foundation is all that remains of 20' x 10'9" wood frame storage building. An 11' long concrete ramp abuts the front or north side of foundation.

51.

Cape Lookout Coast Guard Station Cistern #2

HS-200-G

091775

Cape Lookout Coast Guard Station is significant because of its prominent role in the maritime heritage of NC.

21' x 11' x 10' high concrete and masonry structure was built as a cistern and later converted for use as a shed.

52.

McWilliams-Dixon House

HS-507-A

091779

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

1-story gabled house has wood post foundation, vertical board siding, and wood shingle roof. Shed roof front porch has turned columns and wood balustrade. Porch sits in E corner formed by rear ell.

53.

McWilliams-Dixon Cool House

HS-507-B

091780

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Front gable cool house sits on wood posts 1-2' off ground. Shingle roof shelters vertical board siding; each side has screen insert.

54.

McWilliams-Dixon Shed

HS-507-C

091781

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Side gable shed has vertical board siding and wood shingle roof.

55.

McWilliams-Dixon Privy

HS-507-D

091782

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

Frame privy has clapboard siding and flat shingle roof with exposed rafters.

56.

Washington Roberts House

HS-509

091783

Building is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

25'9" x 24'4", one-story gabled house has wood post foundation, clapboard siding, tarpaper and asphalt shingle roof, collapsed side (W) addition, and boarded windows.

57.

Gilgo, Cecil, House

HS-515

091784

House is a contributing feature of the Portsmouth Village historic district, which is significant on the state level under NR Crit. A and C as the only existing village on the Core Banks south of Ocracoke Inlet.

16'x33', one-story side gable house has wood post foundation, asphalt brick siding covering original vertical board, and wood shingle roof. Windows are 6/6 dh wood sash. Wood is damaged in places.

58.

Cape Lookout Light Station Oil House

HS-100-B

091821

Cape Lookout Light Station is significant under NR Crit. A and C as the prototype of all light stations to be erected on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

8' x 12' x 9.7' reinforced concrete structure has flat roof and doorway on E. Vents on S and N have metal hoods. Foundation for tank exists on S. Concrete walls are cracked.

59.

Lewis/Davis House, Cape Lookout Village

CLV-1

091828

The Lewis/Davis House is a contributing building in the Cape Lookout Village Historic District.

1-story side gable house has wood pier foundation, asbestos siding, asphalt shingle roof, flat roofed screen porch addition on front (SE), and small addition on NW at rear. Shed sits N of building.

60.

Guthrie Ogilvie House

CLV-2

091829

The Guthrie-Ogilvie House is a contributing building in the Cape Lookout Village Historic District.

1-story side gable house has wood pier foundation, asbestos siding, asphalt tile roof, enclosed porch addition on front (SE), and shed roof addition at rear. Windows are modern replacements.

61.

House #3, Coast Guard Village

CGV-3

091830

Draft National Register nomination for Coast Guard Village currently being completed by outside contractor. Eligibility of individual structures is unknown until nomination completed.

1-story hipped roof house has wood pier foundation, wood shingle siding, asphalt roof, and shed roof porch addition on front (SE). Windows are aluminum frame and most are boarded up; some have metal awnings.

62.

Gaskill-Guthrie House

CLV-5

091832

The Gaskill-Guthrie House is a contributing building in the Cape Lookout Village Historic District.

1-story side gable house has wood pier foundation, board-and-batten siding, asphalt shingle roof, and shed roof addition at rear (SE). Doors on NE side are oversize; building may accommodated a boat.

63.

Fishing Cottage #2

CLV-6

091833

Fishing Cottage #2 is a contributing building in the Cape Lookout Village Historic District. The district is significant at the state level under NR criteria A and C.

1-story side gable house has wood pier foundation, clapboard siding, asphalt shingle roof, and shed roof addition on rear (SW). Windows are 6/6 dh wood sash; door is centered on NE.

64.

Life Saving Station, Cape Lookout Village

CLV-8

091835

The Life Saving Station is a contributing building in the Cape Lookout Historic District. The district is significant at the state level under criteria A and C.

27.3' x 58.8', 2-story, cross-gabled building has concrete pier foundation, asbestos siding on 1st story, and wood shingle siding on 2nd story. E and W have central gabled wall dormers flanked by hipped wall dormers. Front (N) has shed roof porch.

65.

Coca-Cola House

HS-3

091837

The Coca-Cola House is a contributing building in the Cape Lookout Village Historic District.

42' x 62' one-story house has concrete pier foundation, modern vertical wood siding, hipped roof clad in asphalt shingles, wrap around porch with square wood post supports, and 6/6 dh wood sash windows.

66.

Keeper's Dwelling

HS-4

091838

The Keeper's Dwelling is a contributing resource in the Cape Lookout Village Historic District.

2-story gabled house has concrete block foundation, weatherboard siding, wood shingle roof, rear gable ell, shed roof front porch with chamfered posts and square balusters, and interior brick chimney.





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