Porches are the theme in this large suburban Queen Anne dwelling. The entrance porch and connecting wide veranda start off with arches rendered in light sawed and turned wood; gradually a new motif of spindles and segmental arches is introduced. This latter motif then continues around the corner. The second-floor porch over the entrance has much heavier columns, and its segmental arches are now solid.
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