The facade of the house, crafted with distinctive Flemish bond brick construction, has remained unchanged and appears in a Matthew Brady Civil War era photograph. Exterior decorative cornice and brackets and a front gas lantern add to the classicism and curb appeal. The interior reflects one of the finest examples of Greek revival in Old Town and contains stunning millwork as well as curved walls on two levels, McVeigh~s signature architectural element. The historic double parlor features Corinthian columns,hand-molded plaster work, and ornate brass chandeliers in the double parlor living rooms.
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