325 Tenth Street
(1920): The Bullhook House.
This Picturesque French Normandy home is named for the creek that used
to run freely next to it; you can still see where it flows when rainfall
is sufficient. The French Normandy style was admired by residents of the
Eastern U.S. in the late 1800's, copied from homes seen in the Normandy
region of France, and the style gradually moved west. Features of this
style are a dominant roof, many windows of varying sizes and an overall
picturesque look. The house originally had an open-air porch in front.