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Margo-Sáenz House (Antonia Sáenz House)
Another exemplary work by the German master mason on this street is a finely proportioned single story, L-shaped complex with a classically detailed front elevation. Raised brick banding at its architraves, pilasters, and entablature is differentiated by a dual-paint color scheme. A gateway leads to a walled courtyard and an ell that includes three arched brick openings that housed the stables.
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