|Address:||701 North Gay Street|
|Architectural Style:||Colonial Revival|
|Year Built:||c. 1890|
Three large wall dormers project through the roof of this late-19th century home. Another noticeable feature of the roof are the simple slate shingles. To the right of the entrance portico is a room that may have once been a part of the porch, but which has since been enclosed to match the narrow bay window to the left of the front door. Both feature a grouping of three narrow windows, with muntins in the upper sashes only.