This house represents the early vernacular structures erected for married blue-collar dam workers by the Six Companies. This housing type spread over much of the original town, along the base of the triangular plan. The one-story, wood-frame building has stuccoed walls, a front-gabled roof with a gabled vent, and plain door and window surrounds. A small shed-roofed porch stands off center along the facade. The house was substantially altered at the end of the twentieth century.
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