The Tullock house facade, a monumental fusion of Richardsonian and Queen Anne elements, is a $4,000 “improvement” to an existing house. The two arches in the 18-inch-thick rusticated stone first story were “relieved by iron beams,” installed by builder T. J. Holmes. The composition was an unusual one, with the facade dominated by a swelling second-story corbeled bay that spans most of the house's 18-foot width and more than a third of its 26-foot height. An equally wide arch shelters a recessed balcony set atop the bay. Although the windows are expansive, they are of stained and leaded glass and the walls and bay window framing are massive to ensure privacy within.
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S. W. Tullock House
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