1921 Arthur B. Clark / Birge Clark Spanish Electic Period Style
 

1921 Arthur B. Clark / Birge Clark Spanish Electic Period Style

photo credit Sunny Scott
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October 8, 2012
franzenb wrote:
Love the texture, what is it called when you texture stucco in this way? - We are building a Spanish colonial style of house in the bay area.
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Vanessa Brunner added this to 5 Historic Homes in Palo Alto
This home exudes the Spanish style that Birge Clark loved, including an arched front entry, textured stucco exterior walls, and several wooden balconies. Why else do historians believe Birge built the home? Well, he might've had an added incentive to stick around the site — in 1922, a year after the home was completed, Birge Clark married Sidney Townley's eldest daughter, Lucile. The wedding took place this house's living room in 1922.

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color of house
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the floor shape before the entry
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Color Scheme
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Arched entry
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Alcove to mudroom
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Entry
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October 28, 2012
This picture shows that you don't have to have a arch door but a arched doorway plus it's a small step for porch
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October 8, 2012
color and great texture on stucco
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Porch extends in circular pattern
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Color wall
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Spanish style
youhanna added this to Styles-Spanish-eclectic Style Homes.
October 5, 2011
This home exudes the Spanish style that Birge Clark loved, including an arched front entry, textured stucco exterior walls, and several wooden balconies. Why else do historians believe Birge built the home? Well, he might've had an added incentive to stick around the site — in 1922, a year after the home was completed, Birge Clark married Sidney Townley's eldest daughter, Lucile. The wedding took place this house's living room in 1922.
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May 4, 2011
like the lines and colors
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May 1, 2011
Curved covered entry
mslis added this to Landscape
May 1, 2011
Different pots/different plants = Lovely entry
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door
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