A substantially sized two-story brick Eastlake dwelling has been picturesquely sited at the summit of a hill. The tall chimneys with narrow panels and the several steeply pitched roofs add an accentuated Gothic verticality to the house. The original entry porch has been successfully replaced by a Colonial Revival one (c. 1910).
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