This well-maintained gem, with double doors in front for a horse-drawn fire wagon, retains its original Georgian Revival detailing and interior tile floors and wood-work. The arch above the wagon doors is echoed in a tripartite window symmetrically bracketing the hooded and fanlighted entrance. The building is now used for offices and military recruiting, and the fire truck stall is converted to a lounge.
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Sterling City Hall
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