Five two-bay units and a corbeled cornice define the facade of this long, two-story, brick building. A carved sandstone block announces that it was built by “The Cabell Inv't & Dev't Co.” A hardware store that occupies part of the premises evokes a pleasant image of bygone times with its wooden floor and period fittings.
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