44 South Main Street
Built in about 1887 by Grandin T, Vought, this house was owned for most of the twentieth century by Dr. Lloyd Allen, a family physician and prominent community figure. This hip-roof 2-1/2- story Queen Anne house features multiple bays and an elaborate wraparound porch with comer turret, spindle frieze, brackets and turned posts. This house is the most elaborate of group of village houses constructed during the 1880's which share similar gable end detailing and were probably the work of a single builder. The former carriage barn facing Locust Street was remodeled into a separate residence early in the twentieth century.
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