Beaux-Arts Classicism appears here on the spare side, with a decided Italian character. Over the entrance is a loggia with balcony that is hemmed in on each side by wide, solid pilasters, each equipped with a bold cartouche. The entrance itself is contained within its own set of pilasters and heavy entablature. A dark reddish brown brick has been used for the base up to the first-floor window sills; above is a light tan brick.
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