Crownrich House – Leuda

The Crownrich House is an L-plan wood-framed house with interlocking gabled roofs and a full porch, which follows the receding planes of the front façade. Built c. 1905, the house was bought soon after by R. L. Crownrich, a conductor with the Texas & Pacific Railroad. It remained in the Crownrich family until 1981.

The Crownrich House has received some insensitive alterations to the façade, including enclosure of part of the porch, replacement of the porch roof and removal of the chimney.

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