Harkness House – Scott

Charles J. Harkness, a contractor, built this house in 1924 and lived here for one year. Harkness sold the house the following year to James Page. It has passed through several owners since 1925. This substantial two-story brick veneer house has a low pitched hipped roof with wide, overhanging eaves. The full hipped porch with a central pediment is supported by Tuscan columns. This Neoclassical house exhibits elements of the Prairie School in its roof form and window pattern.

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