The most exotic survivor of the varied streetscape of West Franklin is this Moorish-inspired brick and brownstone house, with its arcaded third-story loggia, curvilinear parapet, and polygonal tower. Standing on a single corner column base, it is a breathtaking example of American eclecticism at its most vibrant. The complex, asymmetrical facade features a delightful array of molded brick, brownstone, and copper details.
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