Zantzinger synthesized a broadly classical house type that is generally Georgian in proportion but with hints of Norman in the fenestration and stonework. The red brick at the top of the wall and accents on the front of the house elevate the structure to extraordinary. Just south, around the curve of St. Martin's Lane is the wall of Boxley, the former site of the Colonial Revival house (demolished) by Mantle Fielding for the inventor of scientific management, Frederick Winslow Taylor.
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Clarence C. Zantzinger House
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