Dorsey House – Mistletoe

The Dorsey House is a two-story brick structure with a rectangular plan. The low-slung hipped roof with wide overhang and equally low-slung porch allude to the Prairie Style developed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the early years of the century. The house was built in 1918, possibly by Elwood N. Dorsey, a contractor who first owned the property and resided here through the 1920s. The Dorsey House is a contributing resource in the Mistletoe Heights Historic District.

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