Robert and Margaret Montgomery commissioned Nesbit from nearby Lewisburg, Union County, to design this house for their daughter, Rosetta. Its irregular L-plan, articulated with projecting pavilions, polygonal bays, and Renaissance elements, results in sprawling picturesqueness rather than classical clarity. Behind the tumult, the plan has a conventional central hall flanked by a pair of parlors.
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