Clapp Manor - 320 N. Belmont

Originally built for Robert Clapp, a prominent businessman and son of L. W. Clapp, Clapp Manor is significant as an exemplary example of the Tudor Revival architectural style.

Built in 1923 at a cost of $150,000, the two and a half story U-shaped residence boasts an 800 square foot two-story great hall.

The home is reportedly modeled after Sheffield Manor in England.