Fittingly named, this rectangular Italianate house stands between the two churches just described. Built of brick, it has decorative hood molds over its gently segmented window heads and a bracketed cornice supporting overhanging eaves. The house was restored in the 1980s and now, painted with appropriate and dapper Victorian-era colors, serves as a Chamber of Commerce office and tourist information center.
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