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4010 Two Hundred Sixteenth Street Matteson

4010 Two Hundred Sixteenth Street Mattes

Estimated Construction Date: 1960-1969

Primary Materials: Brick

Secondary Materials: Stone

Current Use: Church of Christ
(at time of survey)

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Noteworthy Classification Features:

Church of Christ is a mid-century church with a tall gable roof. Noteworthy features include a wide flat roof awning supported by Lannon stone columns on the south façade, covering a side entrance. A Lannon stone wall extends north from the front façade capped with brown aluminum. On the front facade, a flat roof apse clad in dark brown aluminum siding extends through the gable roof. A building on the north side of the sanctuary has a gable roof and a side entrance with a flat roof awning. On the front facade is a large multipane stained glass window.

Roof Form: Gable

Surveyors: Lauren May, John Smagner, Jessica Mavrogenes

Survey Date: 4/3/19

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