History of the Property

 

History of our property

The building that houses Revival has a long and interesting history. The historical name of the property at 366 Lincoln Avenue in Bellevue is the  Andrew S. Miller House. The Andrew S. Miller House was constructed in 1901-1902, designed by the Century Architectural and Engineering Company and commissioned by Andrew S. Miller. Andrew S. Miller was a well-known attorney and patriarch of the family that lived at 366 Lincoln Avenue between 1902 and 1915. Miller was active in the Bellevue as a borough councilman, school board member and president, Presbyterian Church elder, and Sunday school teacher.

The house was constructed for an estimated $14,000, on property that Thomas A. Miller (Andrew’s son) had purchased for $5,500 in mid-1901. The house was designed in the Classical Revival style. The style is shown in the two-story porch featuring fluted columns with Ionic capitals and massive pedimented gables. The Classical Revival style was somewhat popular during the first decade of the 20th century. It was used less frequently than other architectural styles of its day, because Classical Revival house were typically larger, architect-designed, and costlier than houses built in some other styles. Classical Revival houses were usually individually designed, like 366 Lincoln Avenue, rather than being part of speculative construction ventures. The original 4-6 bedroom home is 5,122 square feet across 3 floors and sits on 1 lot totaling .25 acres.

 
 

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