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 ====== Willis Graves House (BE 132) ====== ====== Willis Graves House (BE 132) ======
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 Sited at the northwest corner of [[Burlington]],​ the Willis Graves House is a center-passage,​ double-pile brick residence in the Federal style, characterized by simple design and fine proportions. ​ The house was constructed c. 1830 and features a recessed main entrance which is centered on the five-bay facade. ​ The brick is laid in Flemish bond, with jack arches over the facade bays.  ​ Sited at the northwest corner of [[Burlington]],​ the Willis Graves House is a center-passage,​ double-pile brick residence in the Federal style, characterized by simple design and fine proportions. ​ The house was constructed c. 1830 and features a recessed main entrance which is centered on the five-bay facade. ​ The brick is laid in Flemish bond, with jack arches over the facade bays.  ​
  
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