|Address:||10-12 North Main Street|
|Architectural Style:||Second Empire|
|Year Built:||c. 1870s|
Most prominent to this building is the mansard roof, one of the most defining features of the Second Empire style. The roof retains its decorative slate tiles, as well as three large arched dormer windows. Other Second Empire features that are present on this building are the thin, delicate Corinthian pilasters along the entire length of the storefronts. The tall second-story windows are also common to this architectural style, with bracketed sills and segmented arch lintels with decorative keystones.