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 The Loder House is a two-story frame structure facing the river, with a two-tiered, full-length gallery recessed beneath the slope of the roof.  Centered in both stories are doorways with transoms and sidelights. ​ All windows retain 6/6 sash with beaded frames. ​ The front wall is clad in flush wooden siding rather than the typical weatherboard. ​ The Loder House is a two-story frame structure facing the river, with a two-tiered, full-length gallery recessed beneath the slope of the roof.  Centered in both stories are doorways with transoms and sidelights. ​ All windows retain 6/6 sash with beaded frames. ​ The front wall is clad in flush wooden siding rather than the typical weatherboard. ​
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 The house was added to the [[National Register]] in 1989. The house was added to the [[National Register]] in 1989.
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