The upper reaches of Boundary Street contain several good-sized dwellings representing the Colonial Revival tradition. There is the Deemer house of 1896 at 1112 Boundary, and the 1897 Osborne house at 1020 Boundary. Then there is the Powell-Anderson house at 1118 Boundary, which conveys a Central European version of the classical tradition as it existed at the turn of the century. Its front is dominated by a two-story porch supported at each corner by pairs of stout, primitive piers. Tucked in behind this porch is a single-story porch which runs underneath it. There is a highly decorated gable in the central section of the lower porch's roof directly over (but behind) the two-story porch.
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