Tunis Lewis House
Tunis Lewis, a relative of the Entzmingers, was well known in Longwood and served as notary and local telephone operator. Constructed by Daniel Clouser for Tunis and his mother, this simple hipped-roof, frame Vernacular Style house has a front porch with Bungalow Style details. Although it has been enclosed with modern windows, the original configuration of the porch is clearly visible, and the basic structure remains unchanged.
In about 1914, this home was built by carpenter Daniel Clouser for Tunis Lewis and his mother, relatives of the Entzmingers. Mr. Lewis was a notary and a local telephone operator. This is a Frame Vernacular structure, with simple hipped roof, and a front porch with Bungalow style details.
About 1960, traffic on W. Warren Ave. was significantly reduced by the construction of CR 434 west of East Lake Ave. Prior to that time, east-west traffic through Longwood would use Warren.
152 W. Warren Ave.