This beautiful little house has a sweeping front porch under massive shady oak trees. It was designed and built by master builder Abner Cook, the man responsible for the Governor's Mansion. The original house, built in the Greek Revival style, was the home of a prominent doctor, William Phillips. Eugene Bremond may have lived here as early as 1866, the year he purchased the northern half of the block. The one-story house was later expanded with a rear addition in 1872 in an Italianate style.