Webb House – Broadway

The Webb House is a one-story wood-framed house clad in channel rustic siding. It is notable for its symmetrical composition of identical gabled bays flanking a central recessed porch. Decorative shingles sheath the gable-ends of the bays. Built c. 1900, the house was purchased in 1906 by George R. Webb, a pharmacist and school teacher, and remains in the family. The house is no longer owned by the Webb family and is now surrounded by commercial structures.

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