In original condition, a circa 1815 Roman revival center chimney cape, measuring 28’ x 38’ has three fireplaces plus a kitchen fireplace with oven, two pantries, single board wainscot with chair rail in three rooms and unpainted hard pine floors. The ceiling height is 8’3”, door height is 6’9,” scroll brackets decorate the stairway. The building is being dismantled.
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