Date(s): 1830, 1876
116 S. Page Street, Morrisville
The current appearance of the Williamson-Page House is that of a two-story I-house with a two-story rear wing. Its symmetrical, three-bay façade is spanned by a hipped-roof porch. The roof is covered with sheet metal and has been in place since at least the 1940s. Three brick chimneys serve the dwelling: two exterior ones at each end of the I-house section and a central interior one serving the ell. The brick end chimneys have shallow double shoulders, the lower one of paved bricks and the upper set of stepped bricks. The chimney stacks abut the side walls of the house, piercing the roof overhang of the gable ends. This placement of the stacks against, rather than separated from, the dwelling suggests the upper portion of the chimneys dates from the ca. 1876 remodeling. Joints are struck with light-colored sandy mortar.