Greathouse House – Washington

This one and one-half story wood-framed house is sheathed in clapboard. In plan an L, with gabled dependencies projecting at right angles from a hipped block. The house is unusual for its central porch surmounted by an octagonal turret. It was built c. 1904 for George W. Greathouse, a brakeman with the Frisco Railroad, who was subsequently involved in a variety of enterprises. The house remained in the Greathouse family until 1946.

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