No. 4 Millbrook Road is probably one of Palmer & Lamdin's least interesting houses, as far as I can discern. It's basically a four-square Colonial design, with none of P&L's trademark details. It was built in 1926, the same time as they were building some of their spectacular houses including 231 Chancery Road, the Gateway Houses, and 3707 Greenway.I am wondering if the first floor windows were originally casement windows. And do you think that the sunporch on the left side of the house needs more windows?
There's a curious addition on the back of the house that I am still trying to understand.This might help a little.
Anyway... not their best work. Here's the listing for the house from 2018.