Next door to the Wickersham house is a house built on a similar scale, but in the Colonial Revival style. The two-story, wood-framed building is covered with clapboards and has a hipped roof with dormer. Columns and a decorated soffit add to its character. The house was built in 1914 for Herbert Faulkner, a deputy U.S. marshal and lawyer. L. O. Sloane, a doctor, also lived here.
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