The gable front of this small Greek Revival cottage faces toward the street. The entrance is particularly handsome, with thin Tuscan columns separating the side lights from the door; above, the shaft of a column has been used as a header separating the top of the door from the very narrow transom above. This whole composition is set into the brick wall with a low-pitched pediment above.
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