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Design No. 443

from "The Bungalow Book" by Henry Wilson (1910)

From the open reception hall, access to the living room or dining room is open and flowing. Each room has beamed ceilings and wainscoting. Bedroom to bathroom access is unusual on the main floor because there are no passage ways to facilitate movement except through the rooms themselves. The same is true in the two upstairs bedrooms.

Outside, battered columns support the roof with its shed dormer and exposed purlins. The large wrapped porch creates a pleasing outdoor living space.

1910 - The Bungalow Book - No. 443

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