Perhaps the town's most imposing example of Greek Revival is this two-story Flemish bond brick house with stepped parapet gable ends, tripartite windows, and a full-height pedimented portico with Doric columns and a Chippendale-style balustrade across the second level. The portico shelters entrances on each floor that have wide transoms and side-lights. An ornamental cast-iron fence with a gate extends across the front of the lot. Brown was a physician and a member of the Virginia House of Delegates.
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J. G. Brown House
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