|Address:||200 East Brooklyn Street|
|Architectural Style:||Colonial Revival|
|Year Built:||c. 1900|
It is unknown when exactly this house was constructed, but the earliest evidence available is a map dating to 1907 that shows a structure on this site. The design of this house is more in line with a mid- to late-19th century design rather than an early-20th century style, and it has been suggested that this house may have been moved to this location sometime between 1903 and 1907. By 1913, the large wrap-around porch was added to the house, which was removed sometime in the mid-20th century to make way for the small entrance porch and the additions along the east and west sides.
The interior of the house is divided by a central hallway. Along the west side is an enclosed porch that is elevated by a series of columns.