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This article refers to the now-demolished Peter G. Van Winkle House. For the Van Winkle-Wix House, see Julia-Ann Square Historic District.The Peter G. Van Winkle House was a historic home located in the Julia-Ann Square Historic District in Parkersburg, Wood County, West Virginia. It was built between about 1880 and 1899, and was a two-story duplex in the Queen Anne style. It featured a deck hipped roof with intersecting gables, turrets, and dormers.

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  • This article refers to the now-demolished Peter G. Van Winkle House. For the Van Winkle-Wix House, see Julia-Ann Square Historic District.The Peter G. Van Winkle House was a historic home located in the Julia-Ann Square Historic District in Parkersburg, Wood County, West Virginia. It was built between about 1880 and 1899, and was a two-story duplex in the Queen Anne style. It featured a deck hipped roof with intersecting gables, turrets, and dormers.
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  • This article refers to the now-demolished Peter G. Van Winkle House. For the Van Winkle-Wix House, see Julia-Ann Square Historic District.The Peter G. Van Winkle House was a historic home located in the Julia-Ann Square Historic District in Parkersburg, Wood County, West Virginia. It was built between about 1880 and 1899, and was a two-story duplex in the Queen Anne style. It featured a deck hipped roof with intersecting gables, turrets, and dormers. It was built on property once owned by former United States Senator Peter G. Van Winkle, who died in 1872.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. It has since been demolished. The nearby Van Winkle-Wix House remains extant.
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