Though not large by today's standards, No. 69 was bigger than the average bungalow in 1908 with a footprint of 1222 square feet. This handsome Tudor-influenced plan offered prospective builders two bedrooms and a bath on the main floor and four bedrooms on the second floor. Window seats, bookcases, a clinker brick fireplace, and Douglas fir-paneled Mission-style wainscot were specified. And we love the windows.
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