The Greek Revival and Italianate are brought together in this two-story hip-roofed dwelling. There are narrow pilasters at the corners of the building and pronounced pediments are present above each of the second-floor windows. The Italianate flavor enters in the general verticality of the design and in the emphasis placed on the main roof cornice with paired brackets. The present cast-iron supports for the front porch are a later addition.
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