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 ====== Jonas Clore House and Grant Post Office (BE 8 and BE 9) ====== ====== Jonas Clore House and Grant Post Office (BE 8 and BE 9) ======
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-Located on Main Street in [[Belleview]],​ the [[historic homes|house]] (//pictured left//) and adjoining [[Grant post office|post office]] (//pictured below//) were built in [[1878]] for [[Jonas Clore]], who served as Belleview postmaster. ​ Possibly the finest massed-plan dwelling in the county, the Clore House is embellished with bracketed eaves, lancet-arched attic vents, and a shed-roofed porch with chamfered posts. ​ An inscription on a closet door reads: "Jonas Clore, Built March 2, 1878, McIntyre Builder."​+Located on Main Street in [[Belleview]],​ the [[historic homes|house]] (//pictured left//) and adjoining [[Grant post office|post office]] (//pictured below//) were built in [[1878]] for Jonas Clore, who served as Belleview postmaster. ​ Possibly the finest massed-plan dwelling in the county, the Clore House is embellished with bracketed eaves, lancet-arched attic vents, and a shed-roofed porch with chamfered posts. ​ An inscription on a closet door reads: "Jonas Clore, Built March 2, 1878, McIntyre Builder."​
  
 An original privy and coal shed stand in the rear yard.  The house and post office have been lovingly preserved. ​ Both were added to the [[National Register]], the house in 1989 and the post office in 1990. An original privy and coal shed stand in the rear yard.  The house and post office have been lovingly preserved. ​ Both were added to the [[National Register]], the house in 1989 and the post office in 1990.
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