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Park Office (Mine Supervisor's House)
The largest of the remaining houses in Berlin, this building is located on the main road leading to the mill near the intersection of the road along which most of the town's houses stood. Thus positioned, the structure bridged the industrial and residential zones. A side-gabled roof of wood shingles tops the main portion of the building; a shed addition extends from the rear, and a partially enclosed shed-roofed porch covers the front entrance.
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