26 Elm St.

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Address: 26 Elm St.
Heritage Status: None
Built: 1915 Builder/Architect: Fred Davison
Style: Greek Revival

 

Architecture:  

The home features a central, open pedimented dormer with dentils. The central dormer is flanked by smaller dormers with segmental pediments. The main door is Adamaesque style inside a stately portico with Classical columns. Two large open verandas stand on both sides. Early windows and trim can be found on the home.

 

History:  

The residence of E.D. Davison Sr. (the lumber baron) once stood on this property and was called 'Oak Hill'. His son Fred Davison built this home in 1915.

Source: Built Heritage Files, DesBrisay Museum