McAlister's stone house has a side-passage, double-pile plan with corner fireplaces between the two rooms on the long side. As was common in the eighteenth century, the fireplaces share one chimney, but heat two rooms. A one-story wing housed the kitchen, and a wraparound porch with knotty-pine log columns was added in the early twentieth century.
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Thomas McAlister House
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