|Address:||706 North Gay Street|
|Year Built:||c. 1880|
This grand Italianate home retains many of its original features, though some small additions have been made since its original construction. Quoins, executed in brick, are present on each corner of the main structure. The tall windows, typical of Italianate architecture have stone sills, but are topped by segmental arch with large brick keystones. Missing from wide overhanging roof are the cornice brackets. The large bay window was likely a later addition based on the different bricks. The entrance portico, which features delicate spindle columns and a cross-gable roof, was a much later addition of the 20th century.