Here’s a photo of the Reverend Richard Mansfield House when it was situated at its original location, on the opposite side of Jewett Street, more or less where Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church and School stands today:
From the sun and shadows, it looks like the front of the house faced almost due north, toward the cart path (now Jewett Street). There also appear to be some plantings just behind the house, and a long stand of ivy growing up the east end.
This photo also seems to reveal that the ends of the upper and lower plates of the frame had apparently always protruded through the siding at this end of the house, as I could discern this when zooming-in on the old photo. Here’s a present day photo of what I’m describing: