Wednesday, September 25, 2013

4 Ways of Looking at a Wooden House: 16th Street

An eclectic range of frame makeovers here, from stucco & brickface to the current, modestly fashionable corrugated look.  Right now the one on the far right is for sale at the amazingly-not-even-shocking-anymore price of $1,550,000 dollars, and although it's listed as brick, I'll bet it's wooden underneath.  I can't figure out its façade from this shot - I need to go back & look close-up.    Too flat for asphalt shingle, it looks like a kind of cinder-block veneer.  A small mystery.

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