Built ca. 1870, and restored in the late 1900’s, this 6,000 square foot home is a wonderful display of many classic Italianate elements which include an impressive belvedere; decorated paired eave brackets; tall, narrow, segmentally arched paired windows; quoins, drip molds and belt courses in contrasting brick; hip roof, and matched bays. Less common, while stylistically apropos, are the scalloped brow windows set atop each window pair; elaborate balcony door accessing the railed top of the classically inspired entry porch; the roof ridge railings; and the paired chimney stacks set at 45˚ to the eaves. Exceedingly rare for an Italianate is the building form of the main house: rigidly symmetrical, the footprint of the main house is “T” shaped with a continuously level roof ridge. The storm shutters are almost certainly not a part of the architect’s original design and the bell-roofed verandahs, although period, must remain a question.