The stuccoed and half-timbered second story, exposed roof beams and rafter tails, triangular knee braces, sloping foundation, and full-length wrap-around porch make this red brick bungalow a picture-perfect example of the Craftsman style. The slightly pitched roof, shed dormers, and slanting porch roof seem to squint into the morning sun.
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