Herbert Dimick designed this two-story Queen Anne house on the most prominent hill in town for druggist George E. Taylor. The semicircular front porch with a domed roof topped by a semicircular bay is its most striking feature. Bargeboard pediments on the entry porch, over the second-story bay, and atop the second-story dormer lend symmetry to this clapboard house with elaborate shingle trim.
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