Since this photo was taken, the five chimneys have been rebuilt to appear as they were originally appeared, with the "dog-knots" atop them. Seven of the eight fireplace mantels are original, and all of the fireplaces now work.
The home incorporates many of the typical Queen Anne features - dentil molding, tower, steeply-pitched roof, Palladian windows, dormers, gables and box-bay windows. A dumbwaiter connects from the basement through the kitchen, back stairs and on up to the third floor (which is an unfinished ballroom).
Learn more about the Queen Anne style:
Queen Anne: Reigning Style of the Industrial Age >>