This two-story Colonial Revival house seems to have the pretense of being a mansion. Its centered two-story porch with Ionic columns announces the house to the street. On the first floor a smaller porch runs underneath and behind the columns. Many features of the house, such as the larger porch and the pedimented horizontal dormers, relate more to the then-current Craftsman movement than to a strict interpretation of the Colonial.
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