Huth_Thomwood Dr 1959
Trees Surround Paul Huth Home myv-- myv-- myv-- , .. ii ' -J -J ' iii,iwimiiu !T By Marj dorey Enquirer Reporter MR. Ar MRS. FAl'I. HUTU chose a beautifully wooded lot at the ivestern end of Thorn wood Drive. College Hill, as the site for their con-temporao con-temporao con-temporao colonial home. They ur;;ed their architect, Warren Holly, to spare as many of the trees as possible In desiRning tlieir si-liedroorn si-liedroorn si-liedroorn house. Another social social request was a full size basement where the five children of the household could entertain Roy or Girl Scout groups and other companions companions throughout, the winter winter months. Mrs. Huth laughingly recalls recalls that those who observed the deep trench resulting asked neighbors whether a motel was being built on the mte. They seemed satisfied to learn that "there are five children goinc to live there." Today's visitors are delighted delighted with the beauty of the long, low red brick and wh.te clapboard house. The facade is interrupted by hroad picture windows and double French colomal doors as it extends toward the double garage. MRS. Ill Til ii one of the defenders of louvred doors euch as she uses throughout the main floor of her house. " They dust and vacuum easily with the additional advantage of providing air circulation for garments stored in the clothes closets they obscure o deeoratively." she hold-;. hold-;. hold-;. Two Italian prints inspired the decor of the formal living room, with its pale blue walls and deeper toned aerilan rugs so practical where children's aptitude for spilling thing;, requires frequent and effective effective spot cleaning. Ilalian medallions of caned ivory are grouped above the Provincial Provincial couch covered in blond brocaded silk. Italian marble of blending tone tops both the c.rcular coffee tabic and the long low cocktail table before the full length picture window. I!u -nished -nished brass lamps anil tail carved candlesticks aiunvn' the handsome appointment of th.s beautiful room. It w decorated by Clilford Iat.-nenfelser Iat.-nenfelser Iat.-nenfelser ot rogue's. IT IS TIIK I AM1I.V room, spreading across the burn of the house that intrigues visitors visitors of all ages. The brick walled fire il ace, slan'ir.g -; -; ft. t. k Paul Huth Home across one wall, has a high hearth lined with colorful pillows between tropical plantings. plantings. The opposite wall is devoted devoted to the bar and a game closet which also encloses the hi-fi hi-fi hi-fi set which pipes music throughout the house. One entire glass wall ojiens onto the long terrace, which is surfaced in colorful Tennessee apple tile. Its blue, rose and tan tons change under rain or sunshine. These colors are repeated in the lantern and flower printed draw draperies which are usually oen to reveal reveal the changing panorama of ihe woods during successive successive seasons. Judith and her sister. Mary Carroll, 1J, have adjoining pastel colored bedrooms on Ihe first floor. Their parents clio.se the big bedroom which opens onto the terrace. Opposite Opposite this is the glass-walled glass-walled glass-walled breakfast room. Definitely Karly American in decor this many-windowed many-windowed many-windowed room offers beautiful views of the woodland. woodland. Its quaint chacater is completely at odds with the Ii , "r r 1 1 Master 4. a MLf' modern efficiency of the colorful, colorful, completely electrified kitchen which it adjoins. The second floor of this skillfully planned house is devoted devoted to the young men of the household, Paul, 17, who graduates graduates this year from Xavier High School: his younger brothers Thomas. 11, and Gordon who picked up a fii.e case of poison ivy for h.s ninth birthday this week The mannish browns. br.lf and greys which mark the bedspreads, walls and draperies draperies of their rooms have colorful colorful contrast in evidences of their individual hobbies. Their moiher's special prid" and joy aie the twin storage rooms, across the co rid There, capacious chests and hanging space prov.d" seasonal seasonal care for linens, blankets blankets and the family wardrobe. Badminton sets, pool table and redwood picnic equipment still leave room in the basement basement area for all the projects of these oung people at.d t!ie,r companions, regardless of t.'ie weather. Bedroom Opens On n a, ' j 5 Terrace Picture Window IT i. 11 s?!l 4 , U IP! 1 ii ITn i 3 PsEA4. sit? r y--L y--L y--L y--L Gold-Tinted Gold-Tinted Gold-Tinted Tile Brightens Overlooks Trees ( v r7 V'Y . - On Front Lawn ! N. S Family Room U i 1 i' i.jtj: ?