By the early twentieth century, professional architects were working in South Boston. Perhaps the most notable example of their work is this building. Its two stories are clearly defined by a cream-colored stuccoed brick first floor and a red brick second. The entrance, with a round-arched transom below a pediment, is in the canted corner bay that has gently rounded edges and is further emphasized with a large arcaded circular brick belfry rising above a stepped parapet.
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