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Category:Lapham-Patterson House

English: The Lapham-Patterson House is a historic site in Thomasville. The house, built between 1884-85 as a winter cottage for businessman C.W. Lapham of Chicago, is a significant example of Victorian architecture. It has a number of architectural details, such as fishscale shingles, an intricately designed porch, long-leaf pine inlaid floors, and a double-flue chimney. Inside, the house was well-appointed with a gas lighting system, hot and cold running water, indoor plumbing, and modern closets. Its most significant feature is its completely intentional lack of symmetry. None of the windows, doors, or closets are square. The house is a Georgia Historic Site and is also a National Historic Landmark, which also puts it on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Instance ofsingle-family detached home
Location Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia
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30° 50′ 45.6″ N, 83° 58′ 58.8″ W
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