This Arts and Crafts two-flat presents a unique face to the street. It has a double level open porch which has turned spindle balusters and wood columns with Ionic capitals. The porch extends from the flat façade. At the second level is an open balcony which is accessed through a door in the living room of the second floor unit. Above is a parapet designed to be like a mansard roof line. There are decorative brackets under this roof. The entrance door is oak and glass with beautiful stained glass sidelights. The design of this glass is in the shape of a catalpa leaf with a flower inside. The vestibule has a tile floor that is influenced by carpet design. This building was built in 1911 for H. DeCampis. The architect was Paul Hansen and the builder was Thomas Naylor. The previous owners lived here for 50 years.
Once inside the first floor apartment, you will find an efficient design of the living space. The first room, the living room, has three windows facing the front porch and a central fireplace. The cozy living room is connected to the rest of the house only through the circulating hallway. All the floors are oak. The next room you will see is the master bedroom.
At the back of the apartment is the socializing area with a beautiful dining room with built-in buffet in golden oak. It was built to hold both linens and china. This room has windows to the back. Off the hallway is the galley kitchen with new cabinets and maple floor. The back door opens out onto an extra wide deck with beautiful window boxes and a scenic over look to the Monet like garden in a small space. The designer is Kim Kalukus.