26 East Gaston Street or Mills Bee Lane House

Mowbray and Uffinger
1910






South elevation overlooking Forsyth Park

This Georgian Revival house has several typical features: an elaborate porch with a swan's neck pediment (or broken arch pediment), grand shuttered windows with splayed lintels, tall chimneys with caps and concave arches, decorative quoins, and a somewhat unusual cornice. Some of these features are more clearly visible in the view of the rear facade. See below.
 

Oblique views of front facade

The house is surrounded by a brick wall, low in the front with decorative ironwork, and higher in the rear. See below.
 
 
 

The rear facade



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