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 ====== Clore House (BE 444) ====== ====== Clore House (BE 444) ======
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 Located on Camp Ernst Road, the [[historic homes|house]] was built for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clore in 1947.  Its straightforward and economical plan reflects the spirit of the times immediately following [[World War II]].  It stands one story high, three rooms wide and one room deep, with side-gabled roof and one-story rear ell.  The front door opens into the center room. Located on Camp Ernst Road, the [[historic homes|house]] was built for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clore in 1947.  Its straightforward and economical plan reflects the spirit of the times immediately following [[World War II]].  It stands one story high, three rooms wide and one room deep, with side-gabled roof and one-story rear ell.  The front door opens into the center room.
  
 The [[Clore family|Clore]] farm includes an English tobacco barn of timber-frame construction,​ which may have been associated with a log homestead that once occupied the site.  Other farm buildings include a dairy barn, milkhouse and silo built in the 1950s. The [[Clore family|Clore]] farm includes an English tobacco barn of timber-frame construction,​ which may have been associated with a log homestead that once occupied the site.  Other farm buildings include a dairy barn, milkhouse and silo built in the 1950s.
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