From a distance this two-story house could easily be taken for a Colonial Revival house of around 1910. Its white painted clapboard walls have shuttered double-hung windows; the roof is a simple gable, and a pedimented entrance porch stands at the center of the street facade. A closer look reveals that the form of the house is late Federal; its entrance porch is Greek Revival, and its roof soffits and eaves with paired brackets are Italianate. At least a quarter of the present two-story front is the result of a remodeling of 1867. The house was restored and several later additions were removed in 1968.
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