This Federal house in the full two-and-one-half-story format, genially enlarged at various times, boasts a fine doorway with fluted pilasters and heavy entablature. It once belonged to Ebenezer Metcalf, Sr., the first Metcalf to settle in Arnold Mills. Although he came as a farmer, he was mechanically inclined, a predisposition which he passed on to his sons.
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