The design of this splendid, playful dwelling merges the late Eastlake into the Queen Anne. Two delicate, spindly porches greet the visitor. The porch on the left has a horseshoe arch; that on the right presents a small circular pavilion with its own spired roof. Small dormers and porches with shed roofs occur on the second floor, and the gabled roof ends exhibit wide, elaborate bargeboards.
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