Paired fenestration forming a three-bay facade and a full entablature with circular vents in the broad frieze identify this Greek Revival mansion. Although the one-story portico, with a pedimented central bay, is a c. 1910 replacement of the original, it accords well with the earlier house it fronts.
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Lewis Hall House
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