|Address:||209 East Wiggin Street|
|Year Built:||c. 1910|
This vernacular home is common in design to the type of homes often owned by middle class families. Nothing is known about its former owners. The house stands at one and one-half story with a symmetrical front gable. The entrance is vovered by a gabled portico with a window on either side and a single window located at the peak of the roofline. The ell to the east of the building was likely added shortly after the house was built.