Monday, October 01, 2007

Huey-Shaw House (c. 1900)

Two-story Early Eclectic house with basement; high hipped roof with lower cross-gables; deep flat eaves with dentil blocks and paired console brackets. Double teardrop siding on brick wall foundation; full-facade and wrapping projecting hipped porch supported by fluted columns with Ionic capitals on brick pier bases, post ballustrade. Windows are 1-over-1 sash, the large one on the front with lozenge mullion inset; three interior brick chimneys, main one with drip courses. Single entry with sidelights and transom; upper door onto porch roof has narrow 1-over-1 sidelights; original roof balustrade now missing.
Restored in 1996 and in very fine condition. The current owners, Drew and Maria Ammons plan to restore the home to it's original state.


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