When Philip Noon's house was completed in 1834, the Federal style was in its twilight. One of the few pre–Civil War buildings remaining in Ebensburg, the randomly coursed stone house is around the corner from the courthouse, a convenience for its original owner, a judge. By the 1970s, the house had suffered several modernizations, which were undone when the present owners purchased it. Once restored, the five-bay, two-story gable-roofed house looks as it did when it was built, with delicate fanlights in the gable ends and a fanlight above the central entrance.
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Noon Collins Inn
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