It is one of only three existing masonry houses from what is known as the First Period of American architecture.
To the eye, the house offered a happy reconciliation of nature and technology, achieved at one-fifteenth the cost of a traditional masonry house.
A Turkish architect warned him that Turkish people accustomed to masonry houses wouldn't be open to paper ones.
Another masonry house, with a hypocaust, has been recorded at Keays Lane.
This two storied neo-classical masonry house stands in nearby Warren Avenue separated from the main house by the many houses of the area.
Whenever the ground water rose upward, it often cracked the floors of ordinary cellars in masonry houses.
Abercrombie and Vieyra wanted a masonry house, thinking it more appropriate for the country than the shimmer of steel and glass.
They can tour the 12,000-square-foot masonry house and get a short course in American 20th-century crafts and design.
He zoomed in on the street leading up to the square, focusing on the masonry houses with the red thatch roofs, French colonial influence.
Streets with dilapidated masonry houses, once occupied by these Arabian Muslims, are still found in the area.