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Kettle-Jens House (Anderegg House)
The roofline, with its intersecting gables and pyramidal tower, distinguishes this Queen Anne house. Gable ends on the north, west, and east sides have recessed arches typical of the Shingle Style framing the second-story windows. After being moved to this site, the dwelling was restored during the 1970s, although synthetic siding still smothers the original clapboard.
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