This is a finely detailed example of the Italianate; there are elaborately carved lintels over the windows, and thin piers support the various porches. Instead of resting on the usual brackets, the entablature below the overhanging second-floor roof is paneled. The walls are clapboard and all of the detailing is in wood.
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