Stick Style. This Old Northside residence is a Stick Style building. Probably constructed in the last quarter of the 19th Century, it is a good example of the style, identified by its wooden exterior with trim, known as “stickwork,” which mimics the interior construction of the building. The cross-hatch pattern of the stickwork trim on this house is purely decorative. Other hallmarks of the style displayed by this house are its gabled roof, wooden clapboard siding and its one-story porch with curved braces.