Set well back from one of McCoy Road's treacherous curves, this rambling Craftsman house is the largest of Huntington's early-twentiethcentury suburban estates. Its first-story walls are of sandstone (quarried nearby), with shingles on the second. Hip-roofed dormers look out from a broad-eaved hipped roof on the third floor. As is appropriate for a house built by a lumberman, the interior has extensive oak paneling. From 1951 to 1971 the house served as a convent for fifty sisters of the Pallottine order. It has since been restored as a private home.
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C. L. Ritter House
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