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Edith Burnet Pomeroy House (Seabeach)
Although by 1895 he was beginning to gain a reputation among an elite clientele as an interior designer, this was Ogden Codman's first commission for a complete residential design. Its arrangement is relatively simple, with a central gabled pavilion projecting from the hip-roofed main block of the two-and-one-half-story house. Dormers, pedimented gable, dentil
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