Built in 1928, the Charles and Edith Cooke Residence is three-story modified Tudor revival house has a steeply pitched multi-gable roof, over-hanging eaves with exposed purlins, a lava rock foundation, clapboard siding, a porte cochere and an attached garage.The Charles and Edith Cooke Residence is significant for its association with locally renown businessman Charles M. Cooke, III. It is also an example of the work of architect Mark Potter; with a later addition by architect Vladimir Ossipoff.
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