This mid-1920s period revival English cottage is faced with brick below and half-timbering above in the gables. The asphalt roofing has been rolled over the eaves to help create the impression of a thatched roof. The driveway and entrance walk are side by side, and beyond the house is a gabled two-car garage.
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