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    Classic Home 044

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    Exterior Overview of Classic Home 044 by George W. Repp, Architect.

    "An attractive face brick bungalow containing five rooms and bath. The roof of this house should be of masonry- or slate-surfaced shingles. Interesting features of this plan include a fireplace with large inglenook arranged as an extension of the living room. The living quarters of the house are well separated from sleeping rooms. An enclosed entry porch adds to the convenience of the kitchen. Bedrooms have ample closet space with a window in each closet."

    Copyright Notice: The design of this house is owned by the designer, and it may not be copied without permission.

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    Ground floor plan.
    George W. Repp, Archtiect

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