|Address:||211 Ward Street|
|Architectural Style:||Vernacular - Greek Revival|
|Year Built:||c. 1857; c. 1990s|
Built in the early-20th century, the central 1.5 story gable end portion of the house is most likely the original structure, and was constructed in a simple version of Greek Revival design. The southern wing may be original, or a very early addition, likely completed around the same time as the wide front porch. The northern wing was added sometime in the 1990s, and gives the house the temple design found in grander Greek Revival buildings.