This Greek Revival house has giant corner pilasters and a triangular opening in its pediment—both of which features, together with a certain bumptiousness, appear in a smaller house on Poplar Street. The Italianate round-arched entrance dates from around 1860, and the cross-gabled adjunct on top also appears to be a later addition.
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John Preston Mann House
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