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A classic example of Second Empire architecture, the red brick exterior of the Morris-Butler House is topped with a mansard roof and enclosed by a stately fence. The two-story-plus-attic dwelling has a varied past, having served as the house of businessman John D. Morris, lawyer Noble Butler, an art studio, an art gallery, and an apartment building. It's now open for special events and programs, and is available for rental for weddings and other celebrations.
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