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John Ball House (Ball-Sellers House)
Tucked into a subdivision, the John Ball House includes an original one-and-one-half-story section, constructed of logs and with a rare surviving clapboard roof. Consisting of one room on the ground floor, it exemplifies the unpretentious dwellings of many of the early settlers. The two-story wing dates from 1885. The house is maintained by the Arlington Historical Society.
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