This standard five-bay, central-door Federal house with a sculptural brick central chimney has a door flanked by fluted pilasters under an exceptionally large three-light transom. This raises its capping cornice and aggrandizes the effect of the door. Corner quoining and a modillion-and-dentil course at the cornice complete the ornamentation.
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Elisha Watson House
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