The Eastlake was merging into the Queen Anne when this two-story wood-sheathed house was built. The wall patterning on this house is especially impressive. The design begins with a vertical board skirt, then come clapboards, a curved roof of fishscale shingles, two large panels composed of four patterns of boards laid diagonally, then a horizontal band with clapboard set in rectangles; finally there is a return in the gable end to fishscale shingles.
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