This gracious, symmetrically arranged home was designed by the
prestigious architectural firm Meade & Hamilton and completed in 1914.Unlike its grand neighbors that are modeled
after English manor homes, this home takes its inspiration from the humbler
English Tudor and Stuart cottages, a style typified by rolled-eave cedar
shingled roofs and imitative of the rural thatched-roof cottages found all over
Europe.The interior is decorated in the
Edwardian neo-classical idiom.In the
back, an open porch with a colonnade of Tuscan pillars looks out on a garden so
isolated by matured and flowering trees as to give an illusion of undisturbed
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