Built in 1929, this single story residence features a gable roof and tongue and groove wood walls. It is raised between 2 and 3 feet from the ground, and has double hung windows and a wooden lattice skirt. The interior features built-in glass cabinets, plate rails, and crown moulding. The Biggs Residence is significant as an intact example of a modest bungalow that was built in this suburban neighborhood during the 1920s.
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