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Bungalow in Sacramento, California. With a fringe of shaped rafter tails overhanging its porch and dormer,  this 1911 house looks like it stepped off the pages of a bungalow plan book. Creating a variety of textures, both clinker and buff-colored brick complement the shingled and clapboard siding. An English carpenter named Jennings constructed it over several years, leaving behind a detailed journal of every building expense as a documentary record for the subsequent owners. A large oak tree has grown from one that Mr. Jennings, and his newly arrived bride from England, planted when their son was born. The same son still lives up the street, and has provided the current owners with a generous supply of house and family lore