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Took this as we came in, in an attempt to catch it looking tidy. Very well designed, with wardrobe area behind the beds and the bathroom behind that.
Image from page 13 of “Minneapolis journal of architecture, vol. III, no. IV” (1912)
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Title: Minneapolis journal of architecture, vol. III, no. IV
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Lindstromand & Almars
Subjects: house plans — catalogs domestic architecture designs and plans
Publisher: Lindstromand & Almars
Contributing Library: JD Collection
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ed from all sides and has a large fireplace at the end of the room,with bookcases on each side, and double set of columns dividing living-room from the dining-room. Abuilt-in buffet, with leaded glass above is a feature in the dining-room, which also has wainscot and plateshelves all around the walls. The butlers pantry is commodious and fitted with cabinets and cases all around, with counter andwork table by the outside wall. The kitchen is well lighted and ventilated with ample space for kitchensink and drainboards, a full size range, refrigerator, etc. On the second floor there are three large bedrooms with full size closets, a large bathroom, a goodsize linen closet off the hall and balcony in the rear. The principal rooms on the first floor to be finishedin hardwood, all hardwood floors; the service part of the house and all of the second floor finished in pine.The exterior is brick up to window sills, balance cement stucco and half-timbers, and shingle roof. Costto build ,000.
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No, 182 A brick and half-timber exterior design of the separate servants stair and two-bath-room-type. The living-room is 14×26 feet, with a fireplace 8 feet wide, windows on three sides of the room andbeamed ceiling. A small den is conveniently located under the main stairs. An 8-ft. entrance hall sep-arates the living-room and dining-room, which also connects with passage from the kitchen, a conven-ience for the maid to answer front door calls. The dining-room is 12×16 ft., with French doors connecting a 10xl4-ft. porch ,which may be usedas part of the dining-room on special occasions, also for breakfast-room in the summer. The kitchen islarge and commodious, has a separate flue for ventilation, a large ice-box with icing door from the rearporch. The pantry is fitted with cabinets and cases to ceiling, work-table, silver sink, and clothes chuteto laundry in the basement. The servants stair is entirely separate, running from the basement to attic; and the front stair-case is built fr
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