The only early-nineteenth-century brick house in Chatham, this two-story, double-pile, side-hall house was built for prosperous Chatham merchant Hugh Wier and his wife, Elizabeth Smith. Now set perpendicular to the street, the late Federal residence features an arched fanlight over the entrance, carefully crafted flat arches crowning the first-floor windows, and a delicate cornice with rope molding. Twin chimney stacks in the end gable flank a large and elaborate circular attic window that was added later.
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