57 South Main Street
This 2½-story stucco clad house was built about 1820 probably in the Federal Style. About 1870, the house was remodeled in the Italianate style and the north wing, with a 2-story bay was added. Finally, about 1925, the current appearance of the house was established with the addition of the south wing, a Palladian window at the gable, a new entrance surround with sidelights, and stucco cladding. For many years the house was owned by members of the Vought family who owned the flour mill on the canal.
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