Davis House – Tremont

Albert A. and Nature Davis hired contractor W. H. Lucas to construct their large dwelling and a servants’ house and garage in 1931. Davis was a carpenter in the 1920s, but by 1940 he described himself as a broker. This classic, Bungalow style house incorporates a spreading, cross-gabled roof which forms deep porches along the comer elevations. Broad, stuccoed gable ends are supported by tapered piers; the walls and piers of polychrome brick are embellished with cast-stone trim and harmonize with the red tiled roof.

Leave a Comment