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Consisting of a single story, the Levi Tenney House, build ca. 1860, is quite modest in size. Nevertheless, it is a fine example of the style. Constructed of dressed limestone blocks,its five-bay front features quoins, flat arches above double-hung windows with six-over-six lights, projecting portico with cornice, and a flat roof supported by square columns. Though less refined, the Levi Tenney House displays Greek Revival symmetry and proportions in its five-bay front. It also shows the use of quoins and flat arches above the doors and windows.