Dery's forty-eight-room house and garden cover an entire block in the section of Catasauqua where entrepreneurs built their big houses and it is appropriately grand. Alternating between two and three stories in height, the house is constructed of buff-colored brick with Corinthian columns, pilasters, entablatures, and balustrades made of concrete. Large porches cover the south and east elevations; the east porch is two stories in height. An indoor swimming pool and Tiffany glass skylights were further measures of the owner's wealth.
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D. George Dery House
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