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King's Victorian Inn (Ilahee)
Built for physician Henry S. Pole, who became known for his spa treatments, this two-story frame and weatherboard Queen Anne house has all the best features of the style. These include an octagonal corner tower, projecting gables and bays, a variety of window treatments, fish-scale and weatherboarded surfaces, and a wraparound porch. The steep hipped roof is punctuated with gable dormers and topped by a deck outlined by metal cresting. The interior has been altered but the original fireplaces remain.
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