English period revival pictur-esqueness is displayed here at its fullest. The roofs tumble down in a wide variety of quaint and delightful ways. Out of the roof springs an overscaled chimney and tucked-in dormers. The front door to the dwelling is inconspicuously placed to one side under a small shed roof; what greets the visitor (as it should) are the large paneled doors of the attached garage.
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