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The Beechwood house is a sagging roofed gable house with towers, turrets, and porches. The entry gable is bracketed with a Palladian window. The two-story towers are detailed in panels and trim forming a bright counterpoint to the recessed porches. The entry across the front porch is unexpressed. The large rear porch, with a free-standing exterior fireplace, dominates the rear elevation. The house gently bends around an ancient row of London Pine trees. It is punctuated by a port cochere/drive thru. The Garage/Helps Wing add to the overall length of the home. 


Project type: Residence

Contractors: Harold Reeve & Sons

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