Ruhlin House – Crestline

Oriented toward River Crest Country Club, this house was constructed in 1925 by H. G. Engell, contractor, for Edward B. Ruhlin, a contractor and bricklayer. The hollow tile house with stuccoed exterior is of a generally rectangular plan with receding bays to the east. Two stories in height, the house features an arched porte-cochere on the north facade and a similar arched portico on the west. A stucco coping and projecting stucco course highlight the playful stepped parapet in an eclectic Norman Period Revival style.

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