The brick Italianate house on a corner lot still dominates this section of the street, though it has been considerably remodeled over the years. The present entrance porch is only a fragment of one that encompassed the entire front and then wrapped around to the side of the house. Also now missing is the bracketed central belvedere on the roof; inside the house there was a grand circular front staircase, now gone.
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