A SNEAK PEAK of This is exuberant example of Victorian architecture! It is an 1869 Italianate villa-style house with a melange of details including wrap-around veranda, an Italianate-inspired campanile (originally designed to provide visibility and security during the Italian city-state era), Second Empire hooded windows, Gothic verge-board and stick detail on the facades.
It was built by Dr. George Green to impress from the town-level before the trees grew up. The architect, builder, and owner were each only 34 years old at the time of construction. This impressive home is built on one of the oldest building sites in town.