This two-story side-hall Italianate house sits far back from the road within an extensive lawn and grove of trees. The front facade of the house remains basically as designed, with a small piered entrance porch and paired brackets under the eaves. Nearby are a number of farm buildings, several of which date to the nineteenth century.
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