Properties | 1098 Bay Road
This home is dramatically poised on expansive grounds that were at one time bounded by open fields and groves of trees. This sprawling 1950 stucco ranch home was built by James Spencer for a family member and originally had a red roof. Suburban ranches were a new architectural design in the 1950s and this is a fine example of amenities: two-car garage, radiant heat, and spacious closets. In the 1950s, people were beginning to have more leisure time and this house had the newest amenity – a backyard patio. This property was often referred to as The Baxter house.