|Address:||204 East High Street|
|Architectural Style:||Queen Anne|
|Year Built:||c. 1889|
The home was built around 1889 by Michael Boyle and his son James E. Boyle. The elder Boyle was an Irish-born plaster, and made his home on nearby East Gambier Street. This house features a tower extending from the second floor with a conical roof, different sized rectangular windows, and an oriel window supporting an interior staircase, giving the home a distinct stick-style Queen Anne appearance. Use of wooden trim and small brackets under the turret and a small front gable is highlighted by the use of different color paints. A small triangular pediment, supported by thin Doric columns, surrounds the front door, and replaced a larger two-sided porch that existed until the turn of the twentieth century.