This little 1925 gem had not been changed very much on the exterior, except perhaps the dormer on one side, so it remained small, as you can see from the front and rear views. It appeared to be a well-loved house, with interesting landscaping in the front. According to a neighbour, the family needed more room, so they are building a new and modest home for themselves on this 33x130 feet lot, not a large mansion. It was torn down on January 10, 2015.
Note the original windows and the trim above the doorway. The windows have great character, but unfortunately they are not very energy efficient when there's no nearly-free sawdust to burn in a sawdust furnace as what may have been the situation in 1925.
This area has had a number of demolitions and is becoming a "Swiss cheese neighbourhood", so it is good news to hear that this house will be occupied! Let's hope that is truly the case.