C.P. Sites designed some of the largest, most imposing houses in the first addition of Swiss Avenue. 4937 Swiss has a sweeping center staircase with a landing designed for grand piano and a library at the top of the stairs, with polished, stained woodwork, found throughout the house. With only three bedrooms and 5,700 square feet, it is easy to tell that he emphasized public spaces over bedrooms. He designed 4930 Swiss Avenue in 1913, that at first glance could look like Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie style, but upon further examination, realize it is C.P. Sites’ interpretation of this progressive style.