This Queen Anne house is distinguished by a pattern of vertical, horizontal, and curved half-timbering which flows like a double pencil line across the facade. Adding to the vigor of the facade is an overscaled lunette window in the attic gable end and a small but deep second-floor porch over the entrance.
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