The six-bedroom manager's house is a one-and-a-half-story building measuring 32 feet by 48 feet with an asymmetrical gable roof. The focus of the two-story living room is a rubble-stone fireplace. The wood-framed building, deliberately painted a different color than the rest of the silver-painted mine buildings, was beige with a red roof.
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