I found this house this Summer, on the way to the fallen house.
This I stopped again for a look around. From far away I thought the “brick” on the house was asphalt siding. It was real, red brick.
Oddly enough, the brick is only missing on the North and South sides of the house. I did not have permission to enter the house but was happy with the exterior shots.
I could see from a distance, two Corel coffee mugs hanging on the side of the house.
On the property there was also an old stone foundation but I couldn’t tell what it was.
Again, I could not find any history on this house. I do know that the first registered owner was George Robinson who claimed this land in 1894. He sold the house 6 years later in 1901 to the Towns family.