Here is yet another plain, bracketed Victorian house, in which “architecture” is left to the porch. Across its front pretty columnar supports raised on pedestals sprout more scroll-cut brackets stylized from botanical motifs. These, however, are more restrained, and therefore better attuned to the sobriety of what they decorate.
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Captain Fernando Wilcox House
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