26 Photos - Dec 8, 2012
Photo: Remove the trash addition and the balance of the facade will return.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: If memory serves me I believe the window is stored inside.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: It's sad that this is never seen.  If there was a structural problem in this area the arches would be the first to show it.Photo: Photo: A mess, yes ... foundation problems, noPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The problem area, all they needed to do was complete that section of the roof.  The brick coloration leds me to believe that this section was rebuilt after the fire but the clean break with the orange brick doesn't seem to validate that.Photo: Still very tightPhoto: A simple paint job could do wonders.Photo: No even a crack, straight as an arrow.Photo: Photo: The original gable end extend over the structure.  I assume this area burned in the fire and it was a mistake not to rebuild.  This is the one area that would require significant brickwork.Photo: I can't explain this.  Not only does the brick no match the level of craftsman is obviously not as good.Photo: The original kitchen extension is to me the beautiful when it comes to scale.