Slide 1: Parrott-Camp-Soucy House

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This Victorian Stick house, known as the Parrott-Camp-Soucy House, was originally built in the Greek Revival style but was renovated and revised in the 1880s. In addition to typical Second Empire Victorian elements, such as the mansard roof, wrought-iron detailing, and projecting dormers, this Newnan, Georgia, home features exterior stickwork (or half-timbering), for which its style is named.


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