Exhibiting slightly more style than most of the houses in McCarthy, the commissioner's residence boasts a gambrel roof. The walls are logs, square notched at the corners. The oriel in the gable is a recent addition, as is the stone foundation. Originally, the building had a shed-roofed porch across the front, with exposed rafter ends, and a six-over-six-light window at the second level. Little is known about the building, which was apparently constructed during McCarthy's first decade.
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