Ida Peck House

Ida Peck House

Historical Feature


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Ida Peck House
Queen Anne Style
Built in the 1890's as the waterfront summer residence of Mrs. Ida D. Peck. The house is 2 1/2 stories, with a one-story porch around three sides. The roof has multiple intersecting gables. Facing the bay is a square tower with a pyramidal roof. The exterior walls are covered in natural wood shingles, which are now painted yellow with white trim. Gone from the original house are two rear porches, shutters, a chimney, and bay side front steps.


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