Have you always wanted to see a post-war bungalow collide with a late 1990s arbor/screened-in porch/car port? Look no further! This Meridian-Kessler house in the 4500 block of Carollton Avenue will satisfy your curious architectural nature. In most cases, columns lend an air of grandeur to a building—these brutish columns make the house look short and stumpy. Throw in a few dark screens and the facade could win a storm trooper look-a-like contest. Just when you think you’ve had enough, a wrought iron door provides the coup-de-grâce for the screened atrocity. You’ll also notice that one of the unique windows flanking the fireplace houses a window a/c unit.