- The home consists of 2-1/2 stories with a steeply pitched, hipped roof with narrow eaves, and no forward facing gables.
The entry is recessed allowing for a front porch that runs the with of the home from north to south.
The balustraded terrace off the first floor rooms are seen in this eclectic style along with the roof ridge which runs parallel to the front of the house.
The windows are often casements with transoms and minimal wood trim highlights the lead glass.
Original Cuban Mahogany was used freely throughout the house, a stamp of unsurpassed beauty impossible to duplicate . Lead glass is found on the Grand Foyer’s doors and windows.
When it comes to Arts and Crafts lighting, it doesn’t get any better than Gustav Stickely, his popular “Heart” design solid hammered copper sconces are displayed throughout the house.
The Flynn House is located barely a block away from the Currier Museum and within close reach of the downtown amenities and restaurants Manchester has to offer.
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