The subject buildings are illustrative of the Craftsman architectural style. The house is rectangular in plan with gabled roofs that have wide eave overhangs. The structure is clad in horizontal wood lap siding. On the south elevation there is a tall stucco chimney. Exposed purlins and vents with vertical wood slats are found at the gable peaks. The porch at the south end of the west facade is partially enclosed on the south side. The fenestration is typical of the Craftsman style of architecture. Original wood, one-over-one windows are located at the south end of the main facade under the porch, and two wood two-aver-two pattern double-hung windows with horizontal mullions are located north of the porch on the west elevation. The detached garage structure is demonstrative of the Craftsman style of architecture and, as such, is a character defining feature of the site and an integral part of the local cultural resource.
Designated at Local level : West Hollywood Cultural Resource
This is a 1-story house in the Craftsman style built in 1918.
* Date source: Los Angeles County Office of the Assessor
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