1509 Bryant Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN
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William J. Vonder Weyer House
|Address:||1509 Bryant Avenue N|
|Neighborhood/s:||Old Highland, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|Hennepin County, Minnesota|
|Primary Style:||Queen Anne|
|Historic Function:||House/single dwelling or duplex|
|Current Function:||House/single dwelling or duplex|
|Material of Exterior Wall Covering:||Wood|
|Material of Roof:||Asphalt Shingles|
|Material of Foundation:||Limestone|
|Building Permit Number:||B60192|
|First Owner:||William J. Vonder Weyer|
Property Description: Queen Anne; 2.5 stories; symmetrical main façade with exception of off-set entry; cross-gabled, medium-pitched roof; front gable dominates house; diamond patterned shingles on third story gable; boxed eaves with decorative brackets below; full-width, one-story porch; roof cresting on flat porch roof.
Window Condition: 2nd and 3rd floor of western façade (main) appear original
House original to site.
Memories and stories
 Historical building permit for 1509 Bryant Avenue North
1509 Bryant Avenue North - entry in Old Highland's 1980s Walking Tour Guide
In your opinion, where is the most interesting place in Old Highland? Why?
If you could tell someone moving here one thing about this community, what would you tell them?
Why do you think this is a good place for young people?
William Vonder Weyer was partner and brother-in-law of John Lohmar who resided at 1514 Dupont Ave. N. In 1899 Vonder Weyer was state representative and authored a bill to impose a property tax on the railroads. He was not re-elected.