The Mist residence, built 1914, is a two-story Colonial Revival style building that has a modified T-shaped plan, double level side-facing gables, overhanging eaves, and exposed rafter tails. The house has shiplap siding and rests on a wood pier, stone, and concrete foundation. The principal facade features a nearly full-width, one-story front porch with Doric style columns, engaged pilasters, and a set of French doors with a transom window. Throughout the interior there is crown molding and wood baseboards, doors, and window surrounds. The Mist residence is significant at the local level under Criterion C.
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