This large Queen Anne house has a hexagonal three-story tower on the southeast corner. Four stone chimneys further emphasize the vertical. Rough-cut pinkish ashlar rhyolite sheathes the first floor while wood shingles, half-timbered gables trimmed with molded bargeboards, and twin oriel windows adorn the upper two levels.
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