A stone entrance gable equipped with a second-floor oriel window suggests that this upper-middle-class suburban dwelling is a miniature English medieval manor house. The remainder of the house, which sits back from this frontispiece, is stone sheathed on the first floor, with stucco and half-timbering above.
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