A classic example of a Queen Anne Victorian style house. A large chimney protrudes from the steep hipped roof. The typical round tower can be seen on the left most side of the house. Rounded bay windows extend from the right side of the house on the first and second floors. A dormer window can be found on the top floor of the tower. A small porch extends from the front of the house. In 1917, this large house cost between $4,000 and $4,250 to build depending on the locality.
Fred. T. Hodgson Hodgson’s Low Cost American Homes (Chicago, IL: Frederick J. Drake & Co., 1917)