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Ratcliff-Allison House (Earp's Ordinary)
In scale and plan, this structure is typical of small houses of the area in the early nineteenth century. Although those were normally built of wood, this house is constructed of brick, which perhaps accounts for its survival. Each floor has two rooms.
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