The Bennett-Pugh House is one of only a few surviving houses on Main Street in the downtown area. It is a very well preserved two-story, dwelling with decorative details. The house incorporates a more complex floor plan and an asymmetrical silhouette. It provides a reminder of the many vanished residences of various ages that lined Main Street during the late nineteenth century.



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