One of the community's largest structures, now a private home, this frame building seems to have grown haphazardly. Its three-bay front has a bracketed cornice and gable roof, and a long rear ell has an inset two-story porch. The lower section of the porch is now enclosed. At the rear, another three-bay section extends parallel to the front block. The informal, additive quality of this former country inn is among its most appealing aspects.
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