This is a five-bay, central-chimney Federal house, close to the road, though screened by trees. It is a fine example of the country version of its type, with a carpenter-designed triptych type of doorway under a continuous deep cornice over door and side lights, all divided by attenuated paneled pilasters.
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Joseph Eddy Farm
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