This Italianate French Second Empire-style dwelling could appropriately be called a mansion. The entablature of the house is of brick that has been paneled in wood, with pairs of wood brackets springing upward to support the overhanging roof. Sometime in this century the house was “Colonialized” by the addition of a broad porch with Ionic columns which curves around two sides of the house.
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