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House (Nephi J. Wadsworth House)
The largest and most elaborate dwelling in Panaca, this two-story brick structure shows the influence of the Queen Anne style in a crossgabled plan, gable-end stickwork, and shingles in the gable facing Main Street. The ingenuity of the builder is most evident in the unusual three-sided porch nestled between the two wings of the house and sheltering the front entry. Square columns of carved stone rise to a heavy stone balustrade enclosing a second-story balcony. A dormer wedged between the juncture of the two gables contains a door opening
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