Vose began as a farmer, then established a hardware store and then a florist shop before building this Queen Anne house, the largest in the area when it went up. The roof sweeps down in a long slope around a balconied dormer, then continues in a curve out over a deep porch with turned posts and balusters, which embraces two sides of the house. It is all anchored by a polygonal corner tower, with the usual Queen Anne mix of clapboard and shaped shingle siding.
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Ornando Remington Vose House
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