This brick house started out as a late Federal-style design. Around 1874 it was substantially enlarged and remodeled, transforming it into an Italianate/French Second Empire dwelling. A narrow third floor was added; bays were projected off various elevations, a heavy classical cornice was added, and the side bay emerged above the roof with a segmented concave roof.
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Judge Woodward House
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