Extensive restoration in 1973 moved the entrance of this house from Maple Street to College Street and the architectural style back several years to Greek Revival.

The siding has been replaced and the entrance is new; there is an addition to the north. The two windows on the west facade have been lengthened.

William Bullock lived in this house and kept a saloon at the corner of College and Railroad Streets (now known as Maple Street), with a wooden fence connecting the house to the saloon. The saloon fell into disuse and collapsed.

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