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  • Date 1801–1850 Xcheckmark
  • Location Duke Street Corridor Xcheckmark
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32 King Street

27 Princess Street

One story, two bay, double hipped residence painted yellow on the east facade. A double door with decorative transom and two 6x6 windows open to the front porch. The porch has encaustic tiling and a three foot concrete wall with four metal posts supporting a ...

31 Duke Street

One story, single room structure with a hipped roof with cap n' comb. The entrance door faces west. The board siding is sand-dashed and painted cream. The doors are painted pink and white. The house frame is a modern reconstruction sitting on the original foundation ...

31 King Street

A square memorial with fluted Doric columns on each corner. Made of cast iron. Topped with a metal sculpture of a flaming torch. Sits on a 3-tiered cut stone block foundation. Memorial is circumscribed with a 4 foot high iron railing.


43 Cornwall Street

Wood siding with beading. 2 original windows to the left of original door on east side. 1x8 beading on windows inside and 1x2 on outside. Beading on ports is 1x8.

29 Queen Street

One story house, L-shaped, nogged with stone rubble and concrete. The wood siding reveals about a 1/4" beading. The front faces east. A porch is located on the northeast corner. The northeast portion of the porch has been enclosed with plywood. The house is painted blue ...

29 Queen Street

One story, hipped roof, board house on piers of various materials. The house remains unpainted with significant patching. Additional work space with overhang has been added.

27 Queen Street

One story, three bay board house with a hipped roof. A shed roof is located above the porch. The porch has vertical bead side details. Wood siding is beaded in parts. The windows are louvered. Double doors with no transom. A concrete wall forms the ...

22 Duke Street

South section of an original kitchen building. The north portion has been demolished. The remaining structure is a single room, square structure.This building, although attached to the main kitchen building at one time, did not have direct access. It was completely closed off from ...