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|Wednesday, 30 May 2007|
Cheripka House, c. 1920
Other Name: Kunkle House
This house may have been a Graham farmhouse originally. It started out as a small box farmhouse (16x30) of the “shotgun” design (1 room wide, 3 rooms deep), this was a simple wood frame with gabled roof and stone foundation.
For many years in the 1940s and 50s it was the Kunkle farm house; the original house being that wing which today is seen to the left in this photo of the current structure. The house was extensively remodeled by the current owner, expanded with the addition of several wings, a wraparound porch, and turret and gingerbread trim reminiscent of the Victorian style.
|Last Updated ( Tuesday, 09 December 2008 )|