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A series of stairs leads to the various levels of the property and eventually to Douglas Lake, where the Pfendler family spends their summer vacations engaged in boating, fishing, swimming, motorcycling and just plain relaxing. Dormers, a shed roof over a portion of the covered porch, and the extended eave over the windowed gable in the living room add to the magnificent architectural appeal of this Hearthstone home. Split-faced cinderblock used for the foundation is cost-effective and can be painted.

A series of stairs leads to the various levels of the property and eventually to Douglas Lake, where the Pfendler family spends their summer vacations engaged in boating, fishing, swimming, motorcycling and just plain relaxing. Dormers, a shed roof over a portion of the covered porch, and the extended eave over the windowed gable in the living room add to the magnificent architectural appeal of this Hearthstone home. Split-faced cinderblock used for the foundation is cost-effective and can be painted.