|Address:||309 East Woodside Drive|
|Architectural Style:||I-House; Colonial Revival|
|Year Built:||c. 1860|
The house was owned by a J. Elliott in 1871, but it is not known who this is or his/her occupation. By 1896 it was owned by Jane Pool. The main part of the house is a fine example of a style known as an "I-House." This style is defined by a central hallway flanked by a single room on either side. It's facade is very symmetrical, with five bays, a central entrance, and a chimney at both gable ends. The windows have been replaced by contemporary sashes, but retain a six-pane configuration that would have existed originally. The full-length porch was added sometime in the early-2000s. Additions were made to the rear of the home, likely in the mid-20th century. A 2-story enclosed porch extends from the northeast corner of the house likely built in the 1920s or 1930s.