|Address: 16 Prince Street
||Heritage Status: None|
|Style: Queen Anne
It has an underlying hip roof is offset by bold projecting gabled bays ornamented with corner brackets and scalloped shingle work. It has a pedimented porch and nice turned posts with brackets.
Andrew Richardson, a tailor, bought this lot in 1914 from Alma and Thomas Cohoon who lived next door. He sold it one year later to Captain Albert mailman for $1000 and it is reasonable to assume that the house was standing or at least under construction at the time.
Source: Built Heritage Files, DesBrisay Museum