This pleasant brick house perfectly illustrates Lewisburg's architectural conservatism. Italianate–Second Empire details typical of the 1880s are present in segmental-arched windows, porch trim, two-planed facade and dormered mansard roof, but nothing projects too much or calls undue attention to itself. What emerges is a dignified example of its time, but not too much of its time. The house was restored in 1982.
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Henry R. Hodson House
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