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Causey-Sutherland House

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1913. 1198 S. Franklin St.

This storybook Tudor Revival country manor of dark red brick has a fabulous “thatched” roof of curvy, irregularly patterned shake shingles. Roofing, brick-work, and ornamental details are carefully matched in the carriage house, garage, and walled garden and gazebo.

Writing Credits

Thomas J. Noel

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