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McCullough House, Carman area

The McCullough House, from about 1920, was built for farmer John McCullough, his wife Louisa and their family. John was the son of John McCullough Sr., and the two of them broke the land on which the farm was established.

The house is a grand interpretation of the American Four-square style, at the time a very popular architectural choice for large farm houses. With its grand cubic form (carried out in brick), low pyramidal roof punctuated with large dormers, and wealth of windows, the house is an exceptional example of that style. The site also still boasts an old barn, itself a fine example of the traditional gambrel-roofed form that defines so many barns of this era.

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