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    Classic Home 041

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    Exterior overview of Classic Home 041, designed by Frederick L. Ackerman, Architect.

    "Very often a downstairs bedroom and bathroom are a great convenience, especially where there are children or elderly people in the family. Being at the back of the house in this plan, they are undisturbed by the noise of the street and enjoy privacy from the day portion of the house. Two upstairs bedrooms, a second bathroom, and a large dressing room supplement the downstairs sleeping rooms. The open stair is located in the living room."

    From 500 Small Houses of the Twenties, complied by Henry Atterbury Smith, from "The Books of a Thousand Homes," copyright 1923. The 1990 edition is published by Dover Publications, ISBN 0-486-26300-2.

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    Ground floor plan.
    Frederick L. Ackerman, Architect

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    Upper floor plan.
    Frederick L. Ackerman, Architect

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