Worthington House – Enderly

T. Worthington, an Englishman who immigrated to this country in the early 1900s, patterned this cruciform house after a house in England. The dense texture of its brick walls and delicacy of its detailing enhance a small-scale “storybook” effect. The windows, which include very fine arched transoms with leaded panes, were made by Worthington at his planing mill. With more complete documentation, the house might be eligible for the National Register. The Worthington House was designated Demolition Delay in 1996. The house is well cared for but is near the ever-encroaching medical district.

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