stained glass windows in the 1st floor staircase landing
Photo: Courtesy of John J. Rudiak
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Why It's Worth Saving?

With its fish-scale shingles, whimsical spindle work, and turret balcony, the house is an exuberant example of the Queen Anne style. Inside, it is filled with elaborate hand-carved cherry millwork, including the original front staircase, pocket doors, and moldings. There are also some beautiful stained-glass windows.

Shown: A trio of stained-glass windows brightens the main staircase landing.
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