Oh, how swell!!! I particularly love the fireplace, which in this period of house I don't often like.
I could just die over your structural glass. Incredible. I'm so glad you knew what it was and saved it. My own sad tale is that I almost bought a house with structural glass in the bathroom, but someone else got to it first and removed the glass.
[Casey, the kicker for me was that the original owner had used what must have been exterior panels as a kind of wainscoting. The bathroom walls were partly torn up and we could see that each panel was about 30"-36" square, and an inch or two thick.]
Are you planning to replace those nice new bath fixtures?
Pleased to meet you!
Edited to add: Perhaps your public library has older town records; mine does, but it's big on genealogy so it may not be typical.
The Thaddeus W. Bayless House
Built between July 1863 and January 1865, major add/reno between 1890 and 1902
Style = Mutt