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Post by taixyz1992 on Sun Nov 07, 2010 2:13 pm

The original part of the Blair-Dunning House is a rectangular brick structure with a stone foundation, two stories tall and covered with a gabled roof. It is a linear structure, measuring far longer east-west than north-south. Because the house occupies a hilly lot, the foundation under the front of the house is visible above the surface of the ground. Prominent elements of the exterior include large rectangular double-hung windows with limestone sills and lintels, a frieze with cornice, and corbelled chimneys on the eastern and western ends.[3]:2 The various elements of the house's design combine to form a structure that mixes the Greek Revival and Federal styles of architecture.[1]

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