Somewhat dilapidated this compact mansard “cottage” with a porch fitted into its stubby Tshape nevertheless retains most of its ornamentation, especially the big dormers in the mansard, which are decorated with a frame of scroll brackets, capped by scroll pediments, and culminate in pinnacles topped with spheres.
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Mill Superintendent's House
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