This undocumented house, possibly of 1880s vintage, has an unusual cross-shaped plan. The one-story, gable-ended wings meet at a short tower at the crossing, set at a forty-five-degree angle to the wings. Horizontal board siding, peaked architraves, and a modest cornice are holdovers from Greek Revival. The truncated pyramidal roof on the tower may have lost a spire extension.
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