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The Roberts House is a historic home in Mobile, Alabama. It was built in the 1920s in the upper class suburb of the Country Club Estates. It was designed by JF Pate in the Tudor Revival style of architecture.

The Roberts House is basically a two-story red brick mansion. It was completed in 1929. It featured a series of distinctive elements such as prominent chimneys, casement windows, steeply pitched gables and an elaborate Tudor arch door.

The Roberts House is named after the house?s owner in the late 1980s. John A. Roberts Jr. family purchased the property in 1988. The Roberts owned it until 2001, when they sold it to Dr. Charles and Janice Jones. In 1994, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
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