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The house, which Anderson estimates was built sometime in the late '80s, has three pitched gable roofs, typical of a Tudor-style home, but black brings out a more contemporary aesthetic while shutters add warmth.
The homes, designed by prominent Valley architect Ralph Haver, are characterized by a very low-pitch front-facing gable roof and the floor to ceiling windows.
The broken-gable roof is characteristic of the classic cottage form in Pointe Coupee during the 19th century.
The school’s main structure is a two-story Mediterranean Revival building that features stucco walls, a gable roof and a parapet entry with columns and an arched doorway.
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