Built for farmer Jasper Barb, this is one of the county's most fashionable antebellum houses. The two-story house on a stone foundation is capped by a low hipped roof and has four interior brick chimneys. The distinctive bracketed cornice has drop pendants. Greek Revival influence is seen in the wooden portico on paired fluted Tuscan columns. West of the house is a two-story brick and stone guesthouse that originally was probably a kitchen. A double-pen log barn, one of the few surviving in the county, is located to the east.
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Jasper Barb House
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