The architect of this house held the irregularity of a picturesque design in check by carefully tying all of the volumes together, and then by emphasizing the horizontal through broad overhanging eaves, projecting gable ends, bands of horizontal shingles, and an extensive array of wraparound porches. A visitor to the dwelling ascends a broad curved stairway that is oriented toward the dominant wide corner bay tower.
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A. C. Brown House
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