1716 Maplewood Drive
Cottage House Form
Built in 1938 by J.J. Jamison, this one-and-one-half-story residence features characteristics commonly found within many revival style cottages of the era. Unlike the typically symmetrical layout of 'Cape Cod' cottages, 'Old World'-inspired cottages typically offer irregular layouts, a side porch, and roofs with multiple-cross-gables resulting in dynamic elevations. Other common elements include front-facing chimneys and brick veneer with decorative detailing.