Joseph Crowell House

The Joseph Crowell House, c. 1870, is a fine example of Second Empire architecture with its mansard roof and decorative corbels framing the entry. The original, tall, 2/2 sash windows let in an abundance of light. The home retains many of its charming period features - high ceilings, a large bay window, hard wood floors, solid 4 panel doors with original victorian knobs and a vintage light fixture in the living room. The home is located in historic Centerville Village, just a walk away from Craigville beach, boat ramp, library and the country store. Sitting on over an acre of land, the property includes a converted barn housing additional living space.

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