This one-and-a-half-story Gothic Revival cottage exhibits pointed windows in its gabled ends and dormer, and a light, lacy, sawed wood bargeboard around the gables. Projecting Gothic headers appear above the first-floor windows. The porch has been modified and expanded, but other than this everything seems in place for a mid-century midwestern Gothic cottage.
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