It is the pair of projecting wall-dormer windows on this Gothic Revival dwelling that catches the eye. At the center is a two-story gable section (which probably once had bargeboards on the gable ends); on each side, forming a balanced composition, are one-and-a-half-story wings with projecting wall dormers. On the ground level, two porches (the one on the left is original) complete the design.
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