We’re sure there is a historic home in here. It’s just not exactly obvious where it is. Additions and remodeling, neither particularly sensitive to the original, have really muddled the appearance of the entire building.


On the positive side, the home has nice scallop siding in the gable, a nice attic window, a porch added on probably in the first part of the 20th century, and the two-story addition, despite its larger scale, may have been a fairly early response to a growing family.

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On the WTH side, there is the fake stone siding on half the place, concrete block room addition with casement windows, a right fine big picture window in the front, and two vinyl doors. Finally, it’s all topped off with a satellite dish in the middle of the roof like a modern finial.