“Incongruous” can feel so confusing. “Confusing” can feel so unpleasant.

Lots of other ill-at-ease adjectives arose – gamely, but futilely – in trying to define this 1920s Broadmoor home (previously a sad casualty of failed stucco, random additions and mushroom-overrun windowsills) before Clifford Bunch and husband, David Pritchard, remodeled it with architect Tyler Engle.

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