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Plan No. 82

1908 Bungalows by V. W. Voorhees of SEattle

This house was one of those "artistic" bungalow styles near and dear to the hearts of those inspired by Ladies Home Journal and Gustav Stickley's magazine, The Craftsman. A shingled exterior, eyebrow vents in the shallow side- gabled roof, exposed rafters, and ribbon windows combine with the wide front porch and its window boxes to entice any prospective home buyer interested in the latest style. There are no hallways in this plan and no wasted space. Note the Jack and Jill bathroom shared between the two bedrooms. From the window seat in the livingroom to the fireplace in the dining room, there's a 38' line of sight ... an achievement for an 1100 sq. ft. home. (We think Voorhees may have changed his mind about the fireplace in the living room as there's no chimney in the photo.)

1908 Western Home Builder - No. 82


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