Peter A. Beachy House
238 Forest Avenue
The open gables of the roofs resemble the gables of a number of reesidences built by Wright around the turn of the century (across the street is the Nathan G. Moore House.) Many other details relate to other buildings by Wright in 1906; for example, the the square panes of glass supported by wooden mullions and the three part window of the ground floor tie the house firmly to its period of design. Go Back.