A jungle-like setting hides the house from the busy thoroughfare. Colley further shielded the interior with a pair of blank buff brick walls at the front elevation that seemingly slide past each other. Two sizeable sloped-roof clerestories protrude from flat roofs to brighten the inside.
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John Stahl House
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