The tower of the Italianate Villa-style Renwick house is even more elaborate in its detailing than that of the nearby Davies house. A Colonial Revival porch (c. 1900) has replaced the earlier system of porches that encompassed much of the ground floor of this limestone-walled “mansion.”
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