1361 Rivermont Ave

  • Middle Rivermont
Property Name
Date Built
Single Family
Style & Architectural Description
Transition Queen Anne/Colonial Revival. Tall, 2-story, 3-bay hip-roofed frame house with 2 metal finials along ridge line. Gable-roofed projecting bays on the 3 elevations; all are clad with shingles and have multi-pane, fixed sash windows. Partially wraparound porch has turned posts, spindles below the eaves and turned railings. Frame garage entered from Ruffner place.
  • 1901-Unknown 
  • Unknown-1956 Ruth L. & Lenna R. Doss
  • 1956-1958 G. H. Lewis
  • 1958-1974 Margaret Adams Lewis
  • 1974-1975 Margaret Adams Lewis
  • 1975-1979 Thomas H. Lewis
  • 1979-1986 Thomas H. Lewis
  • 1986-1987 Brian A. & Sharon L. Beagle
  • 1987-2004 W. Cecil Burtner Jr.
  • 2004-Present Jae Clebourne
Anecdotal Information
Interview with Jae Clebourne on June 28, 2015: Jae Clebourne moved into her home on Rivermont Avenue in 2004. The house needed to be rewired and the plumbing to be redone. She also had to rebuild the furnace. The house has two doors on the outside, one that leads to a parlor with door in 1923. There was a fire in the house which led to Jae having to do extensive repairs to the structure of the house. The house has two ghosts. One is an older man that wears a grey suit and has a mustache and has been seen by Jae’s granddaughters. The other ghost is little girl who has a white dress and wears her hair in braids.