How and where is the Radley house described in the novel?

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I can get you started by directing you to some of the places where the novel describes the Radley house.  One significant description occurs in chapter one where the Radley family and house are first introduced.  There is also more description at the begining of chapter six where Dill, Scout, and Jem want to get a look inside the house.  Another significant section is at the end where Scout walks Boo home, and sees his house from his perspective for the first time.

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