A weirdly put together home, or maybe the colors make it look disjointed. It has some fantastic bay window, porch, and bracket features, very nicely architectured. The cream body versus lavender highlights are strange. Neverthless, a fabulously constructed house.
Croff's Villa Rhinebeck, NY 1875 Second Empire This house was designed by architect Gilbert Croff, who published the design in his book, "Progressive American Architecture". It was built for William Wager, a prosperous Rhinebeck merchant. The house is still a private residence.