The Easton 1 exhibits quiet Victorian characteristics, from its asymmetrical facade with steeply pitched gable roof to its tall windows and narrow siding. The two-over-two window configuration was seen for the first time in this era, as technology evolved to allow for the manufacture of large panes of glass. The offset front gable was a motif of the picturesque typical of the Victorian Queen Anne Revival style. The oval window in the front door shows the divergence from the formal 6-panel door that was typical in eras prior to the Victorian.
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