The distinctive rolled roof of the 1920s marks the character of The Carlyle. Its ample proportions as evident in its generous 2500 square feet, make this home much larger than the average home of the period. With four bedrooms and a sewing room, 1 1/2 baths, and elegant reception hall, this modified English cottage was certainly the pride and joy of its owners.
"Humanity's earnest call is for kindness and good cheer. Those best fitted to do their bit toward human betterment are those who practice in their homes the principles which they endeavor to demonstrate abroad. Living up to one's moral standards in not a great task if the surroundings are satisfying and the arrangment of the home is as ideal as The Carlyle."