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deference to the significance of the home’s architectural pedigree, the addition adheres to the original footprint, and all alterations, such as the historically accurate replica of the original arched wood front door, have been designed to compliment Mead & Requa’s aesthetic vision. Notable historic design elements on the interior include rich redwood paneling in the living room, wood floors throughout, and flush wainscoting (à la Irving Gill), built-ins, painted wood surfaces; the leaded glass cabinet doors in the dining room have been slightly remodeled with their placement adhering to the original blueprints.


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