Vernacular Farmhouse, Putnam County

I’m calling this one vernacular and not assigning it one of the usual vernacular forms, [i.e. hall and parlor, saddlebag, &c.] because it’s an eclectic evolution of those, with additions. I believe at its core it’s a relatively early house.

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