332 East Front Street

The Strain House

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The Strain House:


Built ca. 1865, this house reminds one of a bungalow with its sloping porch columns. A closer look reveals its older Greek Revival heritage with the low-pitched roof and interrupter cornice returns and the front-facing gable. The porch, large front picture window, a casement window on the right side and an extension on the back appear to be additions. 

The builder is thought to be George Strain, a West Virginia attorney who served as Wood County prosecutor during the Civil War.


332 East Front Street


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