Patterson House – Dartmoor

Joseph J. Patterson, a draftsman in the architectural firm of Wyatt C. Hedrick, had this house built in 1928, presumably based on his own design. It is a carefully detailed picturesque composition of interlocking gabled masses. The white stucco walls are half-timbered on the second story. Rough-cut random stone surrounds the entry and climbs up the large central chimney. The house is well maintained and appears unaltered. The Pattersons sold the property in 1935.

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