Here Cleveland created a substantial brick Georgian Colonial Revival house. The three dormers with arched windows in the roof are characteristic of interpretations of the Georgian at the time. More unusual is the steeply pitched gambrel roof. The central splayed entry porch flanked by two wooden dependencies adds appreciable dignity and grandeur to the design.
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