This is the Marshall Clifton house, also designed by him. It is from 1937. It is one of his few spanish style houses, the other notable example being the Day house. It is however the style that most associate with him. An architecture that he saw as appropriate for our location. The exterior of the Clifton house is in very good condition, as compared to the Day house. The interior however has been transformed beyond recognition apparently. Excellent and vital piece of West Australian architecture.