The E Arthur Davenport is an early Prairie Style House, not quite as complex as other houses built around that year by Frank Lloyd Wright, but nonetheless displaying Prairie characteristics. The E Arthur Davenport House is cruciform in plan (like the Ward Willets House, also built in 1901), with a large central portion protruding closer to the front of the property line. A board and batten base is brought up to the just beneath the window sills of the second floor, leaving a small stuccoed area with a band of windows just beneath the rooflines.
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