At the end of a long driveway one can catch a glimpse of a brick and half-timber suburban house. Formal entrance is through a brick piered porte-cochère, while the service drive penetrates under the second floor to a rear auto court. A large living porch overlooks a formally laid out garden with changes of levels, balustraded walls, stairs, garden structures, and pergolas.
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