Saddlebag House, Circa 1914, Toomsboro

This type saddlebag house, with the chimney in the front slope of the roof as opposed to being located along the top seam, is more commonly found in the Piedmont region than elsewhere in the state. Surviving examples are increasingly rare.

An original workshop barn and well house remain on the property, as well.


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