This 2 1/2 story brick home was built in 1895. Its site orientation is unusual, being set far back from the street down a long driveway. The English Tudor half-timbering is also unusual in a house that is otherwise Victorian-influenced, as evident from the front portico, large front windows, south bay window and multiple gables. The home has beautiful hand-grained woodwork in the stairway and hall. The foundation is reportedly unique in that the stones below ground are not cemented but laid loosely to support the house and keep it level. A fireplace, in the central room, was designed with an air intake pipe that brought in outside air and heated it in pipes in the back of the fireplace, then carried it to two of the upstairs rooms. That has been replaced by a modern heating system.
This home is located at 598 West 100 South in Mount Pleasant, Utah
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