Art Deco house nominated for the National Registers of Historic Places

The Art Deco-stye house at 84 East Olive Street has been nominated for the National Registers of Historic Places.

Adding to what Project 11561 posted earlier on the topic [LINK], here is more info on that awesome & historic Art Deco home [LINK]. Although, I desperately want to paint the rails of this house a mint green color.

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  1. The Long Beach Island Landmarks Association is proud to announce the designation of the Barkin House to the National Register. Placing houses on the National Register was the topic of the LBILA’s recent meeting at the Long Beach Public Library and this makes the fourth Long Beach house to be so designated. Alexandra Karafinas is the proud owner of this historic house and spent many hours working on the application – another great asset for Long Beach and a nice achievement for the LB Island Landmarks Association.

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