Monday, October 25, 2010


We end the historic bungalow section with  this 'tiny' home  found in Woodland Heights on Bayland Street. It was build in 1930 and is called the William  A. Wilson home. I guess you could say it's a Bungalow on Steroids.  This is a Chicago Style or Prairie Style home with long, horizontal roof lines.  I think Frank Lloyd Wright influenced an entire generation of architects and some of this style made it down to Houston during this time period. It's a magnificent home and difficult to photograph in one piece, considering it's a 6,363 square foot residence. It took me three shots to capture the entire side!

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