|Address:||400 East Gambier Street|
|Architectural Style:||Gothic Revival|
|Year Built:||c. 1860|
|Architect/Builder:||S. A. Vance|
|Original Owner:||S. A. Vance|
This home was built during the late 1860s by S. A. Vance, a retired sea captain and local mill wright.
An example of early Gothic Revival architecture, the home features bargeboard (or “gingerbread”) trim, a hanging finial and pendant, and wooden hoodmolds. A four-columned porch with lancet recesses adds interest to the façade.