6615 Park Lane (Resource Number 0209, not pictured) was built ca. 1930, and represents a simplified version of the Tudor Revival style. The one-story, three-bay house is a “cottage” form of the more elaborate types found elsewhere in Idylwood. Oriented toward the southwest, the house has an irregular plan and rests on a pier-and-beam foundation. The wood frame is covered in red brick, with a soldier course extending below the eave. The most prominent feature of the cross-gabled house is the doubled front gable above the arched entry and small porch. The outermost projecting gable has corbelled brick at the eave junction. Windows consist of plain six-over-six wood sash. An original glazed wood panel door is complimented by a decorative brick door surround. Covered in composition shingles, the roofline is accentuated by shallow eaves as well as a simple bargeboard and cornice. The landscape consists of grass, shrubs, old-growth and younger trees, and bedding plants. The house has been little altered, retains its integrity, and is a contributing element of the historic district. At this house, the original garage in the rear yard has either been extensively remodeled or was replaced after the period of significance. It is, therefore, a noncontributing resource.
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