A grand-scaled Queen Anne/Colonial Revival house, this building is set in wide, spacious grounds. The extensive ground-floor veranda runs around an open pavilion to a side carriage entrance. The form of the house, with its round corner bay tower and picturesque roofline, is Queen Anne, but all the detailing is derived from the Colonial Revival.
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