(The lower photo above is from a visit to the neighborhood in 2012 when there were fewer leaves on the trees.)
Here's the architectural historian Christopher Gray's take on this structure:
The most unusual of these dwellings [on Albemarle Road in Prospect Park South] is the one built in 1905 for George E. Gale at 1305 Albemarle, at the northeast corner of Argyle Road, in white clapboard with a colossal two-story Ionic portico. Designed by an architect known only as H. B. Moore, the Gale house has a striking assortment of windows, among them roof dormers with a kind of webbed sash, topped by ebullient broken pediments. On the second floor, there are spider-web-type windows with Gothic-style sashes, and on the rear are leaded glass windows.UPDATE (July 30, 2016): This house was recently sold for $2.98 million. You can see photos of the expansive interior here.
Mr. Moore ran copper cresting in the form of anthemion leaves around the top of a bay window on the side of the house, and he put low, curved eyebrow dormers on either side of the third-floor gable. The Gale house is worth a special trip.
I hope somebody has the courage & $$ to restore this one! What a wonderful challenge.