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 Perched on a steep hill above Riddles Run, the Clements Farm is strongly evocative of small-scale farming in the county’s western river corridor during the 19th century. ​ Built on the hall-parlor plan, the house exhibits a balanced three-bay front, tin roof and saltbox ell. Closely surrounding the house are several frame outbuildings and a log corncrib.  ​ Perched on a steep hill above Riddles Run, the Clements Farm is strongly evocative of small-scale farming in the county’s western river corridor during the 19th century. ​ Built on the hall-parlor plan, the house exhibits a balanced three-bay front, tin roof and saltbox ell. Closely surrounding the house are several frame outbuildings and a log corncrib.  ​
  
-The original owner may have been the “D. Clements” who moved here from Henry County in 1870 and made his home on Hathaway Road.+The original owner may have been the “D. Clements” who moved here from Henry County in [[1870]] and made his home on Hathaway Road.
  
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