Ron Wommack designed a home in the spirit of the neighborhood. It is precisely in scale with the 50 to 80 year old homes around it. The garage is detached, as are most of the original neighborhood garages, and the hardy plank is white to relate to the other neighborhood structures. A deep front overhang and sunscreen reflect the front porches of the 1920s bungalows. The façade of 12” concrete blocks is a simple flat surface reflecting the simple facades of 1950s homes.
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