A Craftsman bungalow on a large lot.
Built around 1917 for Raymond S Oakes. Oakes was a prominent attorney and legislator.
The home sits on a large sylvan lot which adds greatly to its character. The treatment of the wall shingles is interesting. It helps to emphasize the horizontality of the design. I am pretty sure I have seen this feature on other buildings in the area but I cannot say exactly where.