Two gabled dormers are connected by a smaller shed dormer and the effect is an attractive facade with a welcoming front porch. The columns seem somewhat out of proportion to the rest of the house and it makes you wonder why the designer opted for round, squatty columns instead of those with more Craftsman style. (The squatty columns are a Sterling signature ... someone there REALLY liked them as they appear in several house designs in the 1916 catalog.)
Typical of houses in this price range, it has three bedrooms, one bath, a pantry, and a den in addition to the expected living spaces.
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