11 and 13 King Street
These 2 ½ story frame buildings with clapboard siding share a beautifully landscaped lot and two-story carriage house.
Number 11 features an L-shaped floor plan with side porch. Its front porch features chamfered posts and brackets, double doors with round-headed panels, heavy moldings, and transom. It was once the home of engineer William A. Sprung.
Number 13 features a gable roof, original 6 by 6 double-hung windows, and a front door with shouldered trim and wide cornice. It was once the home of William Huette, a baker, and William Nagle, a shoemaker.