With its steeply pitched and pinnacled gable roof, elaborate bargeboards, oriel window, tracery, and delicate Tudor-arched veranda, the Prouty house is a rural interpretation of Gothic Revival. The cottage was originally set well back from the road and surrounded by foliage, consistent with advice in the writings of Andrew Jackson Downing.
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Amariah T. Prouty House, “Arcadia”
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