Queen Anne elements sparkle on this three-story dwelling, wrapped by a porch with grouped Ionic columns. The porch lines, pedimented entry, and ornamental brackets are repeated in the third-story overhanging gables and dormers. A wooden sunburst and a Palladian window bask in the facade gable end. Other fine homes on the street include John A. Port's two-story frame house (1905), at 398 West 1st Street, the first dwelling in Palisade to have indoor plumbing.
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