The largest of the lot was built for investor John E. Ballaine's brother Frank, who was the on-site manager of John's investment. The one-and-a-half-story house is a cross between a farmhouse and a bungalow. The house has a steep gable roof with gabled dormers but has been severely compromised by the addition of aluminum siding. Originally, narrow clapboard siding contrasted with wood shingles in the gables and on the roof; the foundation was cobblestone.
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