|Address:||303 North Main Street|
|Architectural Style:||Greek Revival|
|Year Built:||c. 1849|
|Architect/Builder:||Blair Cummings (?)|
|Original Owner:||Blair Cummings|
The home’s original owner was Blair Cummings, who was by trade a carpenter, and may very well have built the home himself. Despite numerous alterations, the home remains an important part of historic and architectural fabric the North Main Street area.
The home has been greatly altered, but still retains many of its original Greek Revival features, including a Doric portico, sidelights and transom with leaded glass (perhaps added at a later date), stone foundation, and basic pediment shape facing the sides. Additions include a Victorian rear addition with a bay window. Aluminum siding and removal of other small features are among the alterations.