The turn-of-the century Colonial Revival box is here brought to perfection. Everything seems just right: the thin porches with wooden columns and delicate wood balustrades; the central second-floor Palladian window, so delicately realized; and finally, the narrow curved roof dormers, gently sunk into the roof.
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