This house prominently displays the new wealth of the end of Reconstruction in a virtual pile of all the Second Empire features found in pattern books such as those by Samuel Sloan and E. C. Hussey. The mansard roof is multicolored and slate-covered, prominent brackets are below, the windows have pedimented hoods, and multiple verandas open out at ground level.
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Richard Seth Eley House
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