In this massive, two-and-one-half-story clapboarded house, it is the emphatic doubled brackets beneath the broad overhanging eaves on all four facades that attract attention. The doubled polygonal piers supporting the small entry porch and the cross gables, centered in an ornate cupola, give it an Italianate air suggesting something between medieval and Gothic Revival.
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