I think this will be one of the biggest in the neighborhood and given the architect, Frank G Neely Design Associates, it may be one of the best.
It was built in 1952, 2,174 square feet on 0.5455 acres. I always liked it, even the hex window, a bunch of downspouts though.
They don't do giant metal windows like this anymore, but "they" still do giant metal windows.
It's at the top of the hill. It's not such a big hill but the house will command the street. It closer to the street than it appears in the picture.
The house on the left, another former rancher, has already been done, including a recent upgrade by William T. Baker.
The silt fence is up. Get ready to demoooooooooo.......
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