A two-story gabled portico with paired Ionic columns effectively declares the Colonial heritage of this house, and it also reflects the social prestige of its original client. Especially impressive is the composition of the entrance, which has its own pair of columns, side lights, lunettes, and balcony above carried on paired consoles.
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