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House (Parsonage of the Reformed Church)
The Second Empire style made an early understated appearance in this elegant three-story brick town house with a steep mansard roof pierced by a tall slender chimney and arched dormers resting on a bracketed cornice. A projecting bay with pairs of hooded arched windows on the first and second floors creates an asymmetrical facade.
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