6615 Wildwood Way (Resource Number 0312, not pictured) was built ca. 1940, and is an excellent example of a compact Ranch style house. The one-story, four-bay house is oriented toward the southwest. Clad in red brick, the symmetrical wood frame rests on a pier-and-beam foundation with decorative cast stone vents. The most prominent feature of the house is the massive, centrally located, front-facing chimney and brick wall, which extends on either side beneath a projecting hip. The eastern and western bays are almost mirrors of one another, and progressing away from the chimney contain a glass block window adjacent to a steel casement window. The eastern bay contains the entry below an inset porch, while the western bay contains a corner casement window. A brick water table extends the width of the house. The medium-pitched hipped roof is covered in composition shingles, and features wide overhanging eaves with a scalloped fascia. The house has had few alterations and retains its integrity. It is a contributing element of the historic district. The original garage stands at the rear of the house, and is also contributing to the neighborhood as it retains its historic form and function.
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