The outstanding attraction of this well-executed English Tudor period revival house is the birdhouse in the garden, which turns out to be an exact miniature reproduction of the house. The dwelling is essentially a simple box made highly varied and picturesque by a steeply pitched roof and surfaces of brick, stucco, and half-timbering.
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