Cyrille Pinchot, c.1820/c.1900 (Greek Revival/Neo-Classic) This structure has classic elements including cornice with small tooth-like dentils, pilasters, door surrounds with rectangular transom and side lights. The second story round-hooded window is topped with a keystone in the molding. The imposing frontal portico is supported by two sets of Ionic columns. This building was altered with the addition of a Neo-Classic side portico. Note the repeated pattern of pediments and paired windows in the dormers.