171 Church Street
While it possibly evolved from an earlier back portion (c. 1850), the grand frontspiece of this residence was built for Dr. Crockett in 1906 in the Beaux-Arts style. It appears to have served as the inspiration for the adjacent 205 Church Street, which it predates by a year or more. While the buildings appear similar, 171 Church has subtle differences; notably a wider spacing of the front Ionic column pairs, a lower roof pitch at the gabled pediment, wooden quoins at the building corners, and a shorter verandah. The interior boasts one of the City’s most stunning stained glass windows: a fanciful "summer" scene depicting a maiden surrounded by cherubs.