This one-and-a-half-story Gothic cottage with a central gable has been “modernized” by sawed and turned Eastlake ornament. The principal roof is a steeply pitched hipped form, instead of being a gable. The pattern of the large window within the central street gable consists of a pair of V-header units, topped by a single diamond-shaped window.
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