|Address:||213 Ward Street|
|Architectural Style:||Colonial Revival|
|Year Built:||c. 1885; c. 2000s|
This 3-bay, two story Colonial Revival house likely dates to the late-19th century. Defining features include the central entrance protected by a Classical portico supported by slender Tuscan columns, and the side-gable layout with cornice returns on the steep pitched roof. The north extension of the house was added sometime in the early 2000s, also in the Colonial Revival Style, with a similarly pitched roof and two gabled dormer windows, also with cornice returns. The sandstone chimeny extending between the main house and the addition is likely original to the home. A small single-story kitchen exists in the rear of the house. Shutters have been removed from the home, which slightly diminishes the Colonial Revival character of the home.