This is a Tudor Revival house in half-timber, stucco, and stone. The roof of the living room wing has been brought down so close to the ground (almost to the scale of a dollhouse) that the windows at the eave side have been treated as wall dormers. The main front entrance is through a deep porch set between two projecting stone walls.
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