This house is one of the earliest five-bay two-story center-passage-plan houses in town. Its brick walls, laid in Flemish bond, are capped with a molded brick cornice. The first-floor windows were lengthened when one of the Bumgardner daughters moved here and wanted windows like those of her home Bethel Green (AU53). The one-story three-bay porch has later nineteenth-century jigsaw brackets and balusters.
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John Randolph House
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