Without question, the Eastlake mode of the 1870s led to some delightful and inventive interpretations of Gothic design, and this house is one of them. Amid a virtual forest of gables on this one-and-a-half-story house, a classic Eastlake tower rises. Sometime around 1910 the house acquired a Colonial Revival porch with concrete block below and Tuscan columns above. An even later remodeling consisted of a resheathing of the building in large cement-asbestos shingles.
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