The two-story gable end of this Colonial Revival house faces the street. However, instead of having a central entrance as its dominant point, the design focuses on a brick chimney that makes its way up through the wall and gable. At the first-floor level, the chimney is behind the projecting living porch (with its small, delicate, broken curved pediment); on the second level the brickwork disappears behind a projecting gable and its consoles and entablature; finally, at the apex of the gable, the chimney is hidden behind a small projecting and bracketed gable. The remainder of the substantial clapboard dwelling is treated simply and directly.
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