Although this building looks old, it was actually built in 2002. It serves today as an events venue and host for many community gatherings. It can be rented out for wedding receptions and such.
Its design is obviously inspired by others in the historic district, and it is especially influenced by the Bradlee-McIntyre House with its Queen Anne style architecture. This is especially evident in the tower, shiplap-esque siding, wrap-around porch, and the decorative touches along the roofline.
The front section is the original location of the JD & NJ Lewis House and the back section was where Clouser’s Cabinet Shop was located.