This one-and-a-half-story stuccoed limestone house was built by Henry Schuehle, and continues the characteristics of the houses in Castroville. The facade is shaded by a porch formed by an extension of the roofline, and there are two entrance doors opening onto the porch. The rear shed extension of the house appears to be original.
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