Single Family Residence, 2 Story - Ridgefield, WA
The Stryker House provides an excellent example of an early 20th century Craftsman bungalow. The 1.5 story, side-gabled house sits on the edge of the ridge from which Ridgefield derives its name. The house is oriented on the lot with the front facing to the east. The western and southern views are toward the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge. A broad porch wraps around the eastern, southern, and western facades, maximizing the views and allowing you and your guests to fully appreciate the landscaping which retains many features from the original garden the Strykers were so fond of. The roofs rafters are exposed along the horizontal edges and triangular knee braces support the rake edges. The shed roof dormers break through the eastern and southern rooflines and are clad in shingles. The dormer windows consist of two sets of sliding (side by side) eight by eight divided lights. The rest of the house contains five sets of nine-over-one double-hung windows and five sets of four-over-one double-hung windows.The house itself is bursting with potential. The basement could be finished or converted into a spacious shop. Original woodwork and built-ins give this home an atmosphere of history, community and significance like no other.
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