The first house the Davises built on Sixth Street is this one-and-a-half story wood-framed house with a steeply pitched gable roof, three round-arch windows, and patterned shingles in each gable. A one-story porch on the downhill side was enclosed with glass shortly after construction. The west wing, which gives the house an L-plan, was added in about 1900.
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J. Montgomery Davis House
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