Built for a local businessman, this house is one of the county's best examples of Queen Anne. The two-story brick house has a tall three-stage corner tower topped by a conical roof, polygonal bays, and a wide wraparound porch with Tuscan columns and a pedimented entrance bay. One-over-one sash windows are set within segmental-arched openings, and brick chimneys with decorative caps rise above the house's tall hipped roof.
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J. A. G. Hyatt House
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