340 West Front Street

The Douglas House

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The Douglas House:


This Italianate –style brick house was built in 1874 by Joseph D. Lindsay as a wedding present to his granddaughter, Mrs. James L. Douglas. Her father, Daniel Lindsay, lived next door at 348 West Front Street.

It has a hipped roof and a variety of multi-paned windows, most with segmental arches. The original front porch was removed and the lower front window replaced with a picture window. The front door is flanked by fluted Doric pilasters topped with a broken pediment with a centerpiece urn. The rear of the house has been enlarged, with the first floor walls of brick and the second of wood. 

Little is known of the Douglas family, who later left Perrysburg.


340 West Front Street


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