C.H. Stevens House, St. Johnsbury Vermont

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C.H. Stevens House in St. Johnsbury Vermont

Our weekly look at the history of buildings was delayed a day thanks to the blizzard that blew up the east coast this weekend with the brunt of it felt in Northern New England on Monday.  Now it’s a white, winter-wonderland outside 🙂

We now turn our attention the C.H. Stevens house located at 1525 Main Street in St. Johnsbury, Vermont:

“C.H. Stevens House (1890), 1525 Main Street, was designed by Lambert Packard in the Queen Anne style.  It features a corner octagonal tower capped with a bell-shaped roof, eyebrow window, porte-cochere and golden oak interiors (gleaned from nearby Victory and Granby, Vermont,  as Mr. Stevens was a lumber king).  The foyer has an elegant stairway and fireplace.”

Source: Discover St. Johnsbury

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