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peter_gregory_house [2016/10/17 13:46]
rcarpenter
peter_gregory_house [2018/09/10 16:07]
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 The Peter Gregory House was built c.[[1860]] and sits on Beaver Road in the East Bend Bottoms. ​ The house is an outstanding representation of the Gothic Revival style in [[Boone County]]. ​ It is the county’s closest approximation of the “Downing Cottage” popularized by Andrew Jackson Downing in the mid-19th century.  ​ The Peter Gregory House was built c.[[1860]] and sits on Beaver Road in the East Bend Bottoms. ​ The house is an outstanding representation of the Gothic Revival style in [[Boone County]]. ​ It is the county’s closest approximation of the “Downing Cottage” popularized by Andrew Jackson Downing in the mid-19th century.  ​
  
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 With porches (now collapsed) facing both the road and the river, the house has in effect two facades. ​ Curvilinear baseboards in the form of stylized Vitruvian scrolls are found along the eaves, with pendants at the apex of each gable. ​ The interior includes a wealth of eclectic detailing in the Italianate, Gothic Revival and Greek Revival modes. ​ The land extends southward to the Ohio River, and Gunpowder Creek meanders through the southern end of the property.  ​ With porches (now collapsed) facing both the road and the river, the house has in effect two facades. ​ Curvilinear baseboards in the form of stylized Vitruvian scrolls are found along the eaves, with pendants at the apex of each gable. ​ The interior includes a wealth of eclectic detailing in the Italianate, Gothic Revival and Greek Revival modes. ​ The land extends southward to the Ohio River, and Gunpowder Creek meanders through the southern end of the property.  ​
  
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-  * National Register Information (PDFs), [[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/​00000905.pdf|inventory form]] and [[http://​pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/​docs/​NRHP/​Photos/​00000905.pdf|images]]+  * National Register Information (PDFs), [[https://npgallery.nps.gov/​NRHP/​AssetDetail?​assetID=537d037c-f9fa-4b3b-a3bb-38b8fc24ae87|inventory form and photos]]
  
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