Tudor House I
The original house designed by well-known architect Atlee B. Ayres was built in 1923. The design has a Tudor leaning, with its half-timbering, asymmetrical massing, and variety of sizes and locations of windows. The exterior is mis-fired Clinker” bricks, which gives the house an arts and crafts appearance. The crenellations of the east elevation recall fortifications. The house also has classical elements of a symmetrical south façade, and a symmetrically placed entrance hall and living room. This eclectic combination is continued in the planning and details of the new additions, as well as the extensive interior and exterior renovations required because of the significant alterations made over the years.
Complete restoration, renovation, and additions included on the original’s house interior, exterior, and landscaping and paving.