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Community Potluck Meetings are the 2nd Monday of each month from 6:30-8:30 pm at the Fellowship Hall of St. James Episcopal Church, 1101 North Broadway. Bring a dish (or takeout or bag of chips) to share and join us for updates and networking! Child care is provided, however, if depending on the number of children, some parents may need to assist in watching the children.
This 1890 Craftsman Bungalow shows some details that are typical of Shingle style houses. The steeply pitched side gable roof and exposed rafter tails, the shed roofed dormer and second story sleeping porch, and the four over one and one over one windows are clearly Craftsman. Shingle style elements include the shingled wall covering on the second story, the square fluted posts with Doric capitals on the front porch and the leaded transom and sidelights.
The home's interior features oak mantles, Victorian grain painted columns and trim, a dish pantry salvaged from a home in Fort Sanders, stained glass windows imported from England, a library with floor-to-ceiling Mission-influenced bookcases, and an art deco master bath.