This wood-frame house was altered in 1925 by Clifford Reed Daily, who said it was his intention to turn the Village’s desert of mediocrity into something more hospitable to creativity. It became a half-timbered version of a house in Nuremberg, thanks to funding provided by financier Otto Kahn. On the day it was formally dedicated, movie star Mabel Normand was hoisted up to one of the peaks to break a bottle of Champagne on its ridge.
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