The Kimberly bungalow fulfills a popular demand for a combination of English and California architecture. Its interior has an up to date floor arrangement, giving the most light, ventilation and easy access between rooms. Important, too, are the sturdy construction and the economy of cost of upkeep which has been planned in every detail, by our own staff of architects and engineers. No wonder the Kimberly makes such a desirable investment.
The exterior is noticeable for its dignified lines. Two sets of plain, sturdy, triple columns support the gabled porch, six 8 feet by 14 feet. The gable has rough cypress siding in the peak and louvres in the centers. Balance of side walls are shingled, while the attractive windows have batten shutters.