The first floor of this late Federal-style house is of stone, while the second floor is of brick. There is a pair of wall chimneys in each of the gable ends of the building. The house was rebuilt after being damaged by a tornado in 1968; the present four-light double-hung windows are not original. The house was probably designed by its owner, Franklin Pearson, who was a master mason.
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