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 ====== Bruce and Llewellyn Wallace House (BE 872) ====== ====== Bruce and Llewellyn Wallace House (BE 872) ======
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 Characterized by picturesque massing and rich detailing, the Wallace House is the most characteristic Tudor Revival work in the [[boone county|county]]. ​ The house is located on [[Walton]]'​s South Main Street and its signature details include irregular masonry treatments, half-timbering,​ sloped gables, diamond-pane leaded windows and iron strap hinges. ​ The “swaybacked” roof is covered with irregularly cut slate in four colors. The relatively flat surfaces and banks of casement windows are characteristic of 1930s examples of the mode.  ​ Characterized by picturesque massing and rich detailing, the Wallace House is the most characteristic Tudor Revival work in the [[boone county|county]]. ​ The house is located on [[Walton]]'​s South Main Street and its signature details include irregular masonry treatments, half-timbering,​ sloped gables, diamond-pane leaded windows and iron strap hinges. ​ The “swaybacked” roof is covered with irregularly cut slate in four colors. The relatively flat surfaces and banks of casement windows are characteristic of 1930s examples of the mode.  ​
  
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