1601 and 1605 Naamans Road
Center for Historic Architecture and Design
These two houses are significant as examples of the early twentieth century practice of subdividing parcels at the edge of farms to provide housing for family members or for speculative building. 1605 was built between 1927 and 1930, and 1601 was constructed circa 1940, as part of a series of lots broken out by William Hanby and his wife Daisy.
Bungalow , Craftsman , Claymont Vicinity, Delaware , Brandywine Hundred, Delaware , New Castle County, Delaware