This is the back. All the Craftsmany details were on the front. There is zilch that suggests craftsman about the rear elevation. Instead, we get a sea of windows, without any shutters and some in different styles than others (not the upper and lower trio on the left). Although Craftsman houses are known for porrch, they have a patio, which is tiny.
There is just too much going on here. Too many window styles, too many muntin styles: the prairie muntins on the first floor. The lack of muntins in the rectangular windows in the dormer, but muntins in the curved window above. The tourret has no muntins on the first floor, a style that doesn't match any of the others on the second floor. We have two different sized gable over the same sized bow windows. Sharp gables with an odd flip at the edges and a round-top gable. We have the roofs over the turrets which, like the bay windows, show 3 facing windows, but do not match the gables, at all. Then there is the porch roof that is not aligned with the bay window behind it.
Look at all those nested gables. Why?