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 ====== Thomas Sutton Farm (BE 346)====== ====== Thomas Sutton Farm (BE 346)======
- {{  http://bcplfusion.bcpl.org/Repository/Thomas_Sutton_Farm_BE_0346.JPG?​300}}Located on [[McVille]] Road, the [[historic homes|house]] was originally built around [[1820]]. ​ At that time it was a two-story center-hall dwelling that faced the [[ohio river|river]]. ​ After the house was damaged by fire in the early 20th century, the upper story was removed; the roof was rebuilt in hipped form with dormers, new porches were added, and the house was re-oriented to the road.  Original Flemish bond brick work and jack arches are still visible.  ​+ <​html><​img alt="​Thomas Sutton Farm" src="​https://bcp.ent.sirsi.net/client/en_US/​search/​asset/​29913/​0"​ width="​300" align="​right"​ title="​Thomas Sutton Farm"></​html> ​Located on [[McVille]] Road, the [[historic homes|house]] was originally built around [[1820]]. ​ At that time it was a two-story center-hall dwelling that faced the [[ohio river|river]]. ​ After the house was damaged by fire in the early 20th century, the upper story was removed; the roof was rebuilt in hipped form with dormers, new porches were added, and the house was re-oriented to the road.  Original Flemish bond brick work and jack arches are still visible.  ​
  
 Beside the driveway stands a transverse gable stock barn of the mid-19th century, built of large hand-hewn beams, and a large, hipped-roof smokehouse. Beside the driveway stands a transverse gable stock barn of the mid-19th century, built of large hand-hewn beams, and a large, hipped-roof smokehouse.
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