|Address:||125 East Vine Street|
|Architectural Style:||Tudor Revival|
|Year Built:||c. 1910|
|Original Owner:||Patrick A. Berry|
The home was built around 1910 by Patrick A. Berry, who served on the State Legislature for many years. Berry was later elected as the Probate Judge of Knox County, a position he held for several terms.
This large Tudor Revival home sits on a large corner lot at the intersection of East Vine and South McKenzie Streets. the truncated front gable is unique within this neighborhood dominated by Italianate architecture. The gable ends are further defined by exposed wooden beams filled in with stucco. The oriel windows are executed in similar fashion. The home is finished with dark, rough bricks, including the enclosed front porch, which is topped by an elaborate balustrade. A large, curved bay window projects from the front, and may be a later addition.