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W.H. Scott Home


category : Historic Homes
W.H. Scott Home The Scott home was built in 1906 for $38,000 taking 20 laborers and two years to build. The light fixtures are attached to gas and electric lines.

The new sunroom has stained glass windows from European taverns that are over one hundred years old.


Address: 204 W. Locust

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W.H. Scott Home

The Scott home was built in 1906 for $38,000 taking 20 laborers and two years to build. The light fixtures are attached to gas and electric lines.

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