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The Brayton House (James P. Brayton House)
This monumental wooden Classical Revival house resembles some built from the mail-order architectural drawings of David S. Hopkins. A center gambreled gable with a Palladian window projects from the side-gable building. This is fronted by a giant balustraded portico with paired colossal Ionic columns. One-story, flat-roofed porches supported by paired Doric columns and piers flank the portico. The entrance is surmounted by a shell ornament and has decorative sidelights. Ionic pilasters mark the corners of the house and dentils run along the ample cornice beneath projecting eaves.
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