Mrs. M. Miller Farm (BE 300)
<html><img alt=“Mrs. M. Miller Farm” src=“https://bcp.ent.sirsi.net/client/en_US/search/asset/29113/0” width=“250” align=“left” title=“Mrs. M. Miller Farm”></html> Built on a monumental scale that belies its modest size, the Miller House is the finest small-scale Greek Revival work in the county. The sophisticated design may have been influenced by the Moore-Terrill House in North Bend.
The pedimented entry porch gives way to a small recessed porch, or entry vestibule, from which one may enter the main room of the house or the two flanking rooms. Bottoms. The narrow farm driveway winds through a picturesque cluster of outbuildings set close to the road, including a small log pen of hewn and unhewn logs.
The Miller House is said to have been the work of carpenter-builder James McIntyre of Hamilton. It was added to the National Register in 1989.
- National Register Information (PDFs), inventory form and photos