Behind a charming exterior...
Chijim's question about twins with split personality facades had me looking at twins, and I came across this one.
This is in Girard Estates, an early, planned, rental community that originally had a single heating plant for the entire neighborhood. Now privately owned, people had to put in their own furnaces when they bought.
The houses were twins or rows in various styles including "Spanish", "Colonial", "Craftsman" and "Tudor".
This is *not* an unusual decorating style in this general neighborhood, and much of it, like the bronze railing, which is not original, was expensive to execute. I kind of admire the --commitment to it.
This exterior is "Colonial":
And the interior is "Baroque", or "Rococo", not in a historical sense, but of a sensibility.