Ellsworth M. Statler
Sattler's home was a large Arts & Crafts design that incorporated Art Nouveau details. Although from Soldiers' Place the lot appeared to be standard size, there were extensive grounds along Bird and Windsor Avenues, surrounded by an Art Nouveau fence. All the structures featured a rolled-edge roof, intended to evoke a thatched roof.
The complex was demolished in 1938 due to high property taxes. After World war II, three small houses were built on the property.