|The George Sloan House in Oswego, 1866-1870. Principal façade (south).|
|The east façade.|
The house has much of its garden art and iron fencing intact, including its monogrammed posts.
The house also features an exuberant stick style carriage house/barn.
All in all the Sloan house is a fine example of Italianate, even with its quirky arrangement and conservative detailing.