Milford Borough Building
E.S. Wolfe, 1899, (Italianate) This building is faced and quoined with indigenous bluestone, a material often seen on local historic structures and sidewalks of Milford. Originally the tower was capped with an open metal form to support the fire alarm bell. 321 5th Street, Episcopal Church, 1914, (Craftsman) When the first church burnt in 1913 this unique example of cobblestone construction was built by the local Snyder family. The Gothic window style was maintained. 205 West Catharine Street, c. 1870 (Second Empire) The single bracketed mansard roof, wide cut-out spandrels of the front veranda, round window and door surrounds all combine to make this home a stately presence in the Historical District.