This well-proportioned stone building, the only all-stone house in the community, has a random ashlar front wall and rubble side and rear walls. It stands two and one-half stories tall, with a dormered gable roof. Between it and the Grantham House (next entry), at the northeast corner of Queen and Grace streets, is a picturesque vernacular house composed of three log units, all now clapboarded.
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