The Millington House has solid brick masonry, with typical, steeply pitched roof and correspondingly steep, pointed window gables intersecting the primary roof forms. Windows are tall and narrow with pointed arch tops, divided into twin lights cradling a stylized fleur—de—lis in stained glass between their pointed tops. Typical scroll saw gingerbread embellishes the vergeboards. The original owner was Dr. Abel Millington, a physician who maintained his office and residence in the same structure.

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