This is a Dutch Colonial Revival house; its lower floor is sheathed in rough limestone, and there are two wide bay windows on each side of the central entrance. The house provides an ideal picture of the suburban Colonial house, set far back from the street amid trees, shrubs, and an extensive lawn.
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