On the outside this home looks like a bungalow with its hipped dormers, knee braces, and exposed rafters, but on the inside it reveals its farmhouse sensibilities in the reception hall and upstairs bedrooms. The open floor plan on the main floor and clustered arrangement of bedrooms necessitated by the slope of the roof made this a comfortable home for its owners.
The Plaza 1920 ALADDIN HOMES. One of the handsomest Craftsman-style bungalows offered by Aladdin Homes was the perennially popular Plaza, which was in the 1916 catalog and appeared, with slight modifications, in 1931 renamed as the Coronado. Aladdin didn't supply the stonework, suggesting that if river rock wasn't available, that brick would certainly suffice.