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Offices (Bank of Breckenridge)
Picture perfect, this two-story clapboard built for $3,000 has a bracketed wooden cornice and elongated four-over-four windows with Neoclassical pediments. Built as the Bank of Breckenridge, it later served as the Engle Brothers Exchange Bank and the post office, before conversion to office space.
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