City and Borough of Juneau
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Juneau, Alaska 99801
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CDD - Historic Sites & Structures

120 W. Ninth Street

Year Built:
Circa 1915
120 W. Ninth Street
Architectural Style:
Late 19th and Early 20th Century American Movements/Bungalow/Craftsman
Historic Name:
Freeburger House
Historic Use:
Date Local Designation:
Date National Register Designation:
Historic Integrity:
Historic Period:
Territorial Gov't/Beginning Mining Era 1912-1920
Parcel Number:
Chicken Ridge

Additional Information

General Description

"This wood frame, one-and-one-half story structure is rectangular shaped (37' x 24'). The gable roof is covered with composition shingles and the foundation is concrete. The front gable elevation is asymmetrical with minor gable ends over the entry porch and bay window. There are shed roofed wall dormers on either side of the roof. Exterior walls are clad with horizontal wood clapboard siding, with coursed wood shingles on the dormer, and stucco on the front entry porch gable. Architectural elements include multi-paned glass windows in the enclosed entry porch and half timbering in the entry porch gable, a double-hung multi-lite window centered in the main gable wall, triangular knee braces, and exposed rafter tails. The house has retained its architectural integrity and is an important contributing element to the architectural and historic unity of the neighborhood. It is a contributing building within the Chicken Ridge Historic District."

Historical Information

The earliest known resident was George Freeburger and family who lived in the house from 1920 to 1944. Freeburger served on the city council and a term as mayor.

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