21 Monroe Avenue
This fine 2-1/2-story Queen Anne house was built about 1900 By Ellsworth and Joyce Killip. Distinctive features include the complex massing, gable bays, a cross plan and a finely detailed wrap-around porch. The recessed barrel-vault balcony at the front gable is a Shingle Style feature. Between 1908 and 1970, the house was home to Dr. Arthur Davis, a radiologist.
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