The general verticality of its design, plus its bracketed roof, places the Greef house within the late Italianate mode. The pair of pointed arches of the entrance porch have a Gothic ring, while the corner two-story bay on the right of the entrance seems to anticipate the Eastlake and Queen Anne styles of the 1870s and later.
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Julius Greef House
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