417 East Front Street

The Slevin House

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The Slevin House:


This house was built ca. 1866 by Rosana Slevin, probably the wife of Patrick S. Slevin, a well-known attorney and Civil War officer. It has been called the “vernacular answer" to some of the ‘high style’ Queen Anne homes in the area. Note the front-facing intersecting gables with a small semi-circular window in the front and the other windows of varying size and shape. Extensive renovation has been made over the years. 

It was once owned by St. Rose Catholic Church and used as a rectory.


417 East Front Street


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