The town doctor built this Italianate brick house at the end of a dead-end street, a stone's throw from the Scott House and the courthouse. The main block is a narrow rectangle with rudimentary pilasters dividing the facade into three bays. The segmental-arched windows, some single, some paired, have ornate metal hoods. A small frame office, once used by a surveyor, stands in the yard.
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L. R. Charter House
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