This two-story brick structure (originally called Ashland House) was built as a 21-room inn, a use that has continued to the present day. The building reads as a large Federal-style dwelling such as one might encounter anywhere in the northeastern United States. Its broad gable end faces the street; two entrances are provided on the ground level; and in the gable end a central window is balanced on each side by quarter-circle windows. As with the small post office building to the east, the hotel is set in ample grounds.
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