Stone Arcade with Double Wooden Doors and Twelve Panels
This stone arcade leads to a set of beautiful wooden exterior doors. Each door is comprised of twelve raised panels that are all the same size. The panels are arranged in pairs and equally space, allowing for six panels above and below the door's mid rail. The doors themselves do not form an arch, however the fanlight above the door, also separated by a muntin, fills the arch of the arcade. Because of the size of these doors, the placement of the hardware is an odd choice. Each door has a polished brass handle affixed where a door knocker typically is, at the intersection of each door's muntin and mid rail. Opening this door would require strength, suggesting inward-opening doors. These handles seem to be additions, as the bore holes from the previous handle have been patched but not refinished.