424 East Front Street

The Harry C. Barton House

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The Harry C. Barton House:


Harry C. Barton had Toledo architects Baker & Hitchcock, the latter a Perrysburg resident, design this house in 1898 with recognizable Queen Anne and Shingle elements. Notice the steeply pitched roof of irregular shape, asymmetrical façade, exposed rafters where the roof protrudes, patterned shingles, and other devices used to avoid a smooth-walled appearance.

 Barton was the son of well-known English-born merchant William Barton and spent most of his adult life in Toledo.


424 East Front Street


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