13 Britton Lane
This modest bungalow with its charming front porch is a twentieth-century rarity in this historic district. Created from a kit, it cost $2,908 in 1916. It was built by the George C. Field Company, which still exists today.
Property taxes for the house in 1917 were $39.
Its first owner, Sidney Marble, was the captain of the Company K Home Guard during WWI. His home is currently owned by members of the Evarts family.