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    Classic Home 027

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    Exterior overview of Classic Home 027, designed by R. C. Hunter & Bro., Architects.

    "This type of colonial frame dwelling is particularly well suited for a location on gently sloping, wooded property such as that indicated in the photograph. The hooded entrance porch opens into a small vestibule, which is provided with a clothes closet. The vestibule forms part of a large central hall; at its rear is a staircase lighted by a window. From the central hall, wide inter-room openings provide access to the living room and dining room. The living room has a large brick and tile fireplace."

    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.
    R. C. Hunter & Bro., Architects

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    Upper floor plan.
    R. C. Hunter & Bro., Architects

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