This is a large brick two-story “box” type house which has a square plan and hipped roof. The decorative details on the house are exceptional: a full length two story porch spans the facade and contains intricate wood railing work; the porch frige is dentiled; a hipped dormer also has a dentiled frieze and stylized bracketing which is continued on the eaves of main roof; the upstairs windows are bay and the windows are dormer and the transom lights on the first floor have diamond-shaped panes.
This house was built in 1910 for William R. Calderwood. Calderwood was born g April 12, 1866 in Coalville, Utah to Alexander Calderwood and Margaret Salmon. He married Emily Dean. He was a physician and surgeon. He died in 1960.
Located at 321 North Main Street in the Capitol Hill Historic District in Salt Lake City, Utah
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