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-Traditional for the area in form, the gable-front building has a single opening in the front, ​{{ http://bcplfusion.bcpl.org/Repository/2_95_east_bend_methodist_church.jpg?​350|East Bend Methodist Church}} none in the back, and four windows on each side. The double doors, designed in a distinctly non-Greek Revival style with chamfered members including diagonals, are lighted by a large transom. The shuttered windows are topped with wooden lintels; the sills are of wood as well. The brickwork is in common bond, and the fading red paint on the bricks is possibly original. A stove flue pierces the roof surface near the center of the north wall.+Traditional for the area in form, the gable-front building has a single opening in the front, ​<​html><​img alt="​East Bend Methodist Church"​ src="​https://bcp.ent.sirsi.net/client/en_US/​search/​asset/​33639/​0"​ width="​350" align="​right"​ title="​East Bend Methodist Church"></​html>  ​none in the back, and four windows on each side. The double doors, designed in a distinctly non-Greek Revival style with chamfered members including diagonals, are lighted by a large transom. The shuttered windows are topped with wooden lintels; the sills are of wood as well. The brickwork is in common bond, and the fading red paint on the bricks is possibly original. A stove flue pierces the roof surface near the center of the north wall.
  
  
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