A two-story Midwestern cube house veers from the normal with its elaboration of decorated rafter tails which extend beyond the eaves and are sawed in a step pattern. The windows are carefully grouped, and their arrangement, plus the general horizontality of the cube together with its broad front porch, conveys a Prairie-esque quality.
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