A Prairie-style/Craftsman bungalow was realized here in brick with a tile roof. While the one-and-a-half-story bungalow conveys modesty in size, the house is in fact of good size and even includes a porte-cochère adjacent to the entrance porch. A fascinating design feature is the manner in which the windows in the front gable are made to follow the pitch of the entrance porch roof.
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