Sears Roebuck House

On this plot in 1834 the meeting built a oneroom schoolhouse, razed in 1927 to make way for the present house. It is the "Ardara," one of a series of houses manufactured by Sears Roebuck, and it has remained almost unchanged. A one-story white frame building with Tuscan pillars supporting a bonnet-hood porch roof, it was the first house in the village to break with earlier building traditions..