An interestingly remodeled brick Italianate house, this building was given low-pitched wall dormers that have been thrust up from the wide entablature through the edge of the roof. Between the dormers is a narrow curved corner window similar to those on the nearby Hebard house. A veranda with wide arches and pilasters is carried across the front of the house.
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