This home is one of the 81 completed Forest Hills development homes;
600 of the same style were planned.The
architect was Andrew J. Thomas, who conceived of a total "planned" community
for which the Heights-Rockefeller Building on the corner of Mayfield and Lee
was to serve as an entry landmark.These homes were built in the early 1930s in the French Norman style
distinguished by peaked slate roofs, steel casement windows, and decorative
stone trim around the doorways.
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