McCauley House – Hawthorne

The McCauley House is two stories with a clipped gabled roof and a forward projecting entry wing whose gabled roof extends eccentrically almost to ground level. The red brick walls are pimpled with rocks and large clinkers. Built in 1931 by contractor J. D. Pope as a speculative property for B. K. Webb, the house … Read more

Spears-Stone House – Elizabeth

This two-story wood-framed house has a veneer of ochre brick. It has an L plan with interlocking hipped roofs clad in red tile. Eaves are soffited and adorned with brackets. A walled terrace wraps around the front and east side, with full front porch and side trellis. A large gabled dormer with small-paned peaked window … Read more

Smith House – Elizabeth

The Smith House is two stories and is constructed of hollow tile with white-painted stucco walls. It is rectangular in plan, with glazed green-tiled roof. The long front façade is elegantly composed of balanced elements: projecting end bays and a central pedimented portico surmounted by gabled wall dormer and flanked by Palladian windows. A full … Read more

Westbrook House – Winton

This large and impressive Tudor Revival house, built in 1928, was designed by Fort Worth architect Joseph R. Pelich for R. A. and Gladys Westbrook. Mr. Westbrook was founder of the Westbrook Oil Co. The house is two and one-half stories in height with brick walls and gabled roof clad in slate. Gabled bays, half-timbered … Read more