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On the Market: Architectural details highlight 1920s home

Posted On: 11-15-2013

By Christine Davis Special to the Daily News

A Mediterranean-style home built around 1920 at 322 Clarke Ave. has a colorful history. Named Villa Filipponi, it was constructed for Count Carlo Filipponi and Countess Laurietta Ford von Stresenreuter Filipponi, the grandmother of Palm Beacher Frank Butler.

A Landmarks Preservation Commission report says the original architect of the house is unknown, but whoever it was had a highly developed artistic sense. The handsome architectural details include a clay barrel-tile roof, applied ornamentation, asymmetrical windows, wrought iron-railed balconies, decorative tiles and Corinthian columns.

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Source: Christine Davis, November 15, 2013, Palm Beach Daily News

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