When one looks up Broadway to the west, one's vista is stopped by the Paine house, a large two-story brick and stone-trim Gothic Revival dwelling (now painted white). On the street side two step gables continue the wall plane up into the attic. There are elaborate pointed-arched headers over all of the principal windows, and both the street and garden porches have piers with typical cut-out designs. The garden elevation is more varied than the front. Here one will discover the asymmetrical composition of the main mass of the house: on the ground floor is a bay window with small semi-circular lunettes, while on the second floor the windows have been appreciably enlarged and now appear monumental in scale.
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