The verticality of this two-and-a-half-story Queen Anne dwelling is enhanced by its narrow arched porch and the roof forms which seemingly tumble over and cover the side porte-cochere entrance. The small-scaled gable-roofed pavilion which projects forward boasts a playful false balcony.
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