6634 Wildwood Way (Resource Number 0321, not pictured) is another simple Tudor Revival form, constructed ca. 1940, when the style was on its way out of fashion. The one-story, three-bay house is rectangular in plan and rests on a pier-and-beam foundation. The northeast façade is symmetrical and clad in red brick veneer over a wood frame. A soldier course runs beneath the roofline. At the eastern and western bays are plain paired one-over-one wood sash windows. A central, projecting, steeply pitched, front-facing gable with a gable end vent is the features of the house. Beneath the front-facing gable is a simple inset brick door surround, and a glazed wood panel door. The roof is covered in composition shingles and has shallow projecting closed eaves with a simple cornice beneath and a bargeboard at the projecting gable. The landscape consists of grass, shrubs, hedge, bedding plants, and younger trees than found at other houses in the neighborhood. The house is little altered and retains its integrity. It therefore contributes to the historic district. An original garage stands at the rear of the lot. It retains its form and function and is also a contributing element of the historic district.
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