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This one has some similarities to the one he built for himself in Seattle on a steep grade:
https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/3211 ... 7121_zpid/
The interior wood lapping is always more charming than white-painted drywall.
And both homes have a lot of carpeting... Must've been in fashion at the time?
I'd imagine both would sing with living room hardwoods and area rugs.