Entered for Comparable purposes only. In 1952, architect Edwin Francis designed the Francis-Petry House for himself and his family and the home is now listed on the State Register of Historic Places. The Register describes the home as "a good example of an eclectic Tudor Revival home from the mid-twentieth century. Character-defining features include the irregular floor plan, the steep roof pitch, the massive chimneys with multiple flues and elaborate chimney pots, the use of grouped tall windows, and the use of running bond brick with half-timbering as the main exterior wall material." The quiet setting with multiple outdoor patios stepping down to a pond is truly spectacular.