This two-story, side-hall Italianate house has a small side porch to the left and a bay to the front; the windows within the clapboard siding have segmental arches. The present entrance porch is of a later date. Now missing from the dwelling is the original cast-iron railing that was sited above the front bay window and at the crown of the roof.
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Edgar M. Condit House
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