This one-and-a-half-story, side-gabled bungalow is an unusually well-detailed expression of the Craftsman style. The full-width brick front porch with arched openings is a classic trait, as is the dormer with flared eaves that dominates the roof. Layered false beams protrude beneath the dormer windows, and scalloped and pierced bargeboards rise to meet at a knobbed pendant. On the sides, the false half-timbered second story overhangs the first, resting atop decorative beams. These details evoke a Swiss chalet, suggesting the ties between the Craftsman mode and the various period-revival styles that also flourished as part of the wider Arts and Crafts movement.
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Henry and Mary La Grandeur House
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