Amos Gould House – 1860 Italianate / 1873 Second Empire

At first glance, you might mistake a Second Empire home for a Victorian Italianate. Both styles tend to be square in shape, and both can have U-shaped window crowns, decorative brackets, and single story porches. Similarities between Second Empire and Italianate are also found in their stylistic use of ornate doors and window hoods…

For more information on this home and architecture style, see the 2015 Home Tour Booklet with purchase of ticket.
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