This is the photo reference I assembled for the doctor's house/clinic, along with an approximate floor plan for the ground level.
I wanted something a little over-large, but not luxurious-- as if it were planned for an eventual large family in addition to providing a home base for Arthur's practice. Photos and paintings hint at a disrupted life plan. With his only son, Rush, away at school and then in Korea, the house has stood rather empty except for the comings and goings of the business. Arthur holds out hope that his son will adopt the practice and fill the place up with a family of his own.
The most lived-in area appears to be the kitchen. Although technically the clinic side houses Arthur's office, he fields most of his phone calls and hastily scratched patient notes as close as possible to the coffee pot. In times of stress he is wont to absorb himself in elaborate meal preparation-- Nadine often finds herself trucking obscene amounts of leftovers home or dispersing them among needier townsfolk.