259 West Main Street
The Iddings Barkley House, constructed c.1810-1815, is one of the oldest standing structures on Main Street. It is an excellent example of pure, early Federal style.
Cross the street and continue back to Market Square.
246 West Main Street
A Second Empire style building with mansard roof and twin pedimented dormers accented by semi-circular windows. The front entrance is not original. Built c.1870 as a family home for Lloyd T. Sharpless, a grocer, it later became the Baker and then the Kriner Funeral Home.
128 West Main Street
Christopher A. Kleim opened his drug store here in 1895,
where he also raised his family. The Queen Anne style building, designed by Danville architect John H. Brugler, features a roof with cross gable and turret and an interesting interplay of polychromatic brick and shingle surfaces on the second floor facade.
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