53 & 55 South Main Street
This fine 2½-story structure was originally constructed in 1833 as a 1½-story cobblestone Greek Revival house by Dr. Rufus Reynolds. The house has remained in the possession of the same family since the time of its construction. During its life the house has undergone three significant alterations. The last and most significant change was the addition of a shingle-clad Craftsman style second floor in 1909. The present Greek Revival entrance surround is original but has been relocated from the projecting front wing.
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