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Tredway House (now Elmswood Inn)
This dwelling began as a small, nondescript farmhouse, but its modest life was ended when a low mansard roof and porches with Ionic columns were added. The lower portion of the building has a light-handed Beaux-Arts quality about it. The small mansard roof set on the wide entablature and cornice seems almost to be the roof of a distant building.
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