The designer of the Evans house took the Queen Anne theme and effectively reduced it nearly to the proportions of a children's playhouse. The small circular tower sheathed in board-and-batten is almost French Châteauesque, and the front projecting second-floor balcony is enriched by spindle-backed seats on each side. Everything else about the design is miniaturized—the tucked-in front entrance, the small gabled window dormers, and finally the little pencil-point brick chimney.
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