Designed by Phillip Franks of Birmingham, this plan derives its character from architectural features often associated with traditional homes of the 1920s. Exterior walls of brick, a steeply pitched hipped roof, and a simple ironwork balustrade give this house its distinctive profile.
Formal living and dining rooms flank the entry foyer and act as a transitional area to other parts of the house. The family room is a comfortable place to sit and visit. Long windows flank a masonry fireplace. A set of stairs from the entry hall and another from the kitchen share a landing and provide easy access to the second floor. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms, along with a bath and generous attic storage.