One of the several subtypes of the popular Colonial Revival was the Garrison Colonial, which is characterized by the second floor overhanging the first floor. There are usually pendants at each corner as seen in the Edgerton, which brackets the window and entry with them. This plan is not unusual; it has three respectable bedrooms and a bath upstairs. It is notable for its appearance in the 1929 catalog. This type of Colonial is not often seen during the 1920s though it becomes much more common during the 1930s.
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