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A fully-maintained FLO grounds, with a structure not by Richardson but by Peabody & Stearns.
This house is a indeed a cottage by the standards of P&S's usual work, but a beauty.
And a fourth example, by another worthy practitioner of the period, containing the same detail:
One learns in this Wikipedia entry that the house was enlarged more than once, beginning in 1900. A crude plan incorporating two additions is presented.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Fisk ... hton_House
https://themaryfiskestoughtonhouseproje ... om/page/2/
https://npgallery.nps.gov/NRHP/GetAsset ... 01246_text Expanded plan, bottom of page.
(not related to Stoughton, Glessner, Richardson home): https://www.jstor.org/stable/1180987?seq=1
https://www.houzz.com/magazine/19th-cen ... s~20270751
(Plans at bottom of page.)