|Architectural Description: The Schulmerich house is a large, horizontally massed Craftsman Bungalow built in a style sometimes referred to as ‘airplane’ bungalow. This term is used because of the low massing, cockpit-like gable end, and projecting wing characteristic of this style. The roof plan is complex, featuring intersecting gables, two-tiered massing, and an expansive porch with a gabled entry. The Craftsman style is expressed in the massive klinker-brick porch foundation and piers, the combination of shingle and shiplap surface materials, double hung windows with multi-panes in the upper sash, and in its rectangular composition and horizontal massing. The gables are very low pitched, and the wide overhang eaves have exposed rafters that are decoratively milled. The gable ends feature purlins and kneebraces supporting a barge board and un-boxed eave. The fenestrations are in groups of threes, and in ranks on the second story. Leaded diamond windows light the main living space. All the elements of a craftsman bungalow are well executed in this example, making it the best example of Bungalow-style architecture in Hillsboro.