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The Moyer House, built in 1835, is one of the finest examples of early 19th century design. Originally the home of a Mahlon Stokes, it sat in its present location with the wooded hill behind it and only acres of rolling farmland between it and 5th Street. No other houses appeared in the area until well into the 20th century.
Millstones found after careful search in abandoned mills around Western Pennsylvania form one of the interesting features of a patio at the rear, and over the side door hangs a fire insurance plaque reminiscent of the days when such an emblem was displayed so that the owner's own fire insurance company would know to respond in case of a fire.