The rear of the house has windows symmetrically placed on each side of a large carved wooden chimney, made to look like cut stone or large bricks. The chimney also serves as a support when the front portion of the roof is opened to reveal the attic. At some point, all of the windows on the rear were filled in with wood panels - I think this was to allow for more wall space inside the house.
One end of the house has the first floor bay window with the same wood shingles. Note also one of two diamond shaped windows on the attic room.
The attic also has a bungalow shed style dormer window.
A detail of the "stone" base that turns into the front steps.
The front door leads directly into the living room. Currently the living room has kind of mohair type fabric carpet and the original curtains and original fireplace. the rough solid wood walls are painted a glossy creamy yellow. An arch leads into the dining room.
The dining room has the same carpet and paint on the walls. note the wood "plug" where the window was before the kitchen was added on.
The small kitchen has two different sized windows to allow for a sink with a view and third that was plugged by the previous owner behind the arcade hoosier cabinet.
There are two large bedrooms upstairs one painted pink and one painted blue.
Another archway divides the two bedrooms upstairs and the house still has it original curtains. The bed, dresser and desk in this room are not Tynietoy but from the same period.
I have been looking at some fabrics to use as wall coverings.