This tiny one-and-one-half-story Greek Revival house has a full Doric portico in front and an arched second-story bedroom window in the pediment. The monumental in such a miniaturized format cannot help but be captivating—like the tiny temples in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century English gardens.
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J. H. Hoar House
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