Here is the climax of the Houston brothers' architectural obsession, just a short distance from his brother's residence ( SF10). James Dunn Houston, also a rancher, was evidently determined to surpass his brother and did so with a brick house instead of a frame one, but with a nearly identical composition of towers and wraparound porches. Here the porches are more dominant and the red brick and contrasting white stone trim appear to be a match for that used on the county courthouse several blocks to the west.
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James Dunn Houston House
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