Two high gabled roofs run parallel to each other in this Craftsman house. An extensive porch wraps around the base, and the upper floors read almost as second and third houses. The walls at the base are brick, with stucco and half-timbering above. A long, low, shed-roof dormer breaks out of the main roof just above the porch. Entrance to the house is at the side, directly off the driveway.
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