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This mid 19th century Cape-style summer house has two parlours which feature painted surfaces. Both parlours host painted wood grained and a marbleized fireplaces. The East parlour is wood grained in to resemble a light coloured wood while the West parlour features a darker wood grain. In each parlour, the painted wood grain adorns the wainscoting, which wraps the length of the room, along with three doors and four window frames.
Construction Date: ??-??-1850