A long, low gable roof with wide overhanging eaves and gable ends covers this stucco and brick-trimmed Craftsman bungalow. The front porch, its roof supported by pyramidal piers, continues out to the left side and becomes a pergola. The central gabled dormer facing the street has the familiar break where the center portion is sunk some feet back. Accompanying the house and reflecting its style is a garage to the rear.
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