|\The William Treadwell House, Mudson, MI. 1860s Photo: Doug Copeland|
A second house nearby in Hudson, at 313 Church St. (also built in the 1860s) is nearly identical to the Treadwell house. It differs primarily in the elaborate brick patterning in the cornice of large blind arches and the addition of a poorly thought out colonial-revival porch of the late 19th century.
|Photo: Doug Copeland|