Robert D. Kissick Residence
2001 Washington Avenue
Architect unknown (private plans)
A one-story bungalow of considerable charm, with a dark red brick facing and a dominant roof. Together with 1915, 2000 and 2005 Washington Avenue, it forms part of a virtual catalog of the Progressive styles. Although begun for Paul R. Oviatt, the house was apparently purchased prior to completion by Robert D. Kissick, owner of Kissick Transfer Co. Oviatt eventually purchased another house in Westheight, at 1847 Oakland Avenue. This house was constructed by the Westheight Manor Building Co., presumably another of Jesse Hoel's enterprises.