The most flamboyant of Crewe's residences, this house was built for C. E. Wilson, Crewe's first millionaire, an entrepreneur who began his skyrocketing career as a telegraph operator. His frame house, which resembles George F. Barber's mail-order designs, explodes with gables, dormers, finials, and varied window and porch shapes that are rounded off with a bay window, an oriel, and a conical-roof porch gazebo.
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