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|Wednesday, 30 May 2007|
Seaman House, 1893
This is said to have been the second family house built on the Seaman Farm along Northern Pike. It is a large, 2-story frame house with a prominent L-shaped mansard roof. It presently sits on a concrete slab with its own cisterns, a small windmill, and solar panels for auxiliary power. There are also the remnants of farm outbuildings on the grounds. The original house has been modified with the addition of a large front porch that wraps around one side. This house is presently a private residence.
|Last Updated ( Thursday, 16 August 2007 )|