Tour stop number 804 is the Conrad Ziesel residence, located at 515 Riverside Avenue. The house highlights the Colonial Revival style of architecture. This two-story residence features a more formal recessed entrance with a decorative balconet overhead. Turnock’s emphasis on the importance of the entryway into a structure is obvious with the entrance, employing a roman arch over the front door. Turnock used his signature red tile roof and limestone in this 1920s home. Your next tour stop is number 805, the home where Turnock resided at 417 Prospect Street. Continue south on Riverside, turning right on Cedar Street and left on Prospect. The E. Hill Turnock Architectural Tour is sponsored by St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, for more information on the history of the church, visit stpauls-web.org.