One of the earliest homes in Riddle Highlands, this bungalow exemplifies a popular style in American architecture. It is typified by the steeply gabled roof and intersecting dormer, and the numerous materials including stucco, brick and cedar. It was built by Rufus and Ivy Wolf. Rufus was the secretary-treasurer for A.C. Berthold Company, a Cadillac and LaSalle automobile sales and service company.
740 Grand Avenue