This picturesque house began as one and onehalf stories with its dining room connected to the rear by a short hyphen. Later in the nineteenth century it was raised to two stories, and an archaic-looking porch chamber was balanced on piers. A detached rear kitchen has riven clapboards as interior finish.
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