This two-story, three-bay, single-pile house with a center passage is one of the county's finest Greek Revival dwellings. The brick house is detailed with an elaborate entablature, prominent lintels over doors and windows, exterior-end chimneys, and a central entrance with sidelights and transom. A late-nineteenth-century front porch, seven bays on the first story and three bays on the second, incorporates fine sawnwork including brackets, consoles, and friezes.
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Eli C. Hale House
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