Lemuel Lyon House. (SOLD!!!)
The original front facing portion of the 1827 Lemuel Lyon House, measures 16' x 36' while the ell immediately to the rear 12' x 27'. The timber framed one story addition measuring 12'6" x 19', may have been a hat shop. Twin chimneys with four fireplaces remain intact against the rear wall of the original two over two structure. There are large set-up stones sit atop afieldstone foundation. Existing are original doors, the front stairwayalong with three mantels and pine flooring. The owner will contribute to the removal and preservation of the dwelling. Dismantling must commence by July.
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