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926 Raleigh Road

One of the distinctive Dalhquist designed homes in this area, this home was built in 1941, and has been updated with a complementary expansion. This Tudor style is generally characterized by half-timbering, stucco panels, and narrow windows with multiple panes or leading. In this fine example, you will see the use of brick and stone, multiple gables, with a focal point of projecting windows with diamond leaded glass. The recent addition has expanded the rear of the home to enhance orientation to the wooded river banks, but has not compromised the historic quality of the front elevation.

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