You’ve gotta really love your parents if you have a house built directly next door, but that’s what happened when Edward P. Howe Jr. had this Colonial Revival and Shingle Style home built in 1903 in Sacramento, California.
Howe Jr. shared his name, street, and even profession with his father. The family had a private school, at which the younger Howe became an teacher and administrator.
The Edward Howe Jr. House is on the National Register of Historic Places and the Sacramento Register of Cultural and Historic Resources.
(Go back one post to see his dad’s house.)