NRHP: Alfred and Sarah Frahm House
Alfred & Sarah Frahm House
NRHP Reference #: 06000101
NRHP Listing Date: 20060302
220 S 15th, Fort Calhoun, Washington County, Nebraska
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Constructed in 1905, the Frahm House is located in Fort Calhoun. The house is significant because of its unique architecture. This eclectic residence is an irregularly shaped, two-story wood-frame structure. The asymmetrical massing and hipped portions of the roof with lower cross gables resemble the Queen Anne style. The architectural details of this house, however, are Colonial Revival.
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