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Image from page 59 of “Lambert’s suburban architecture” (1894)
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Title: Lambert’s suburban architecture
Year: 1894 (1890s)
Authors: Wm A. Lambert
Subjects: house plans — catalogs domestic architecture designs and plans
Publisher: Wm A. Lambert
Contributing Library: JD Collection
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second stories are built ofbrick, with brown stone trimmings, and roof is coveredwith black slate. The halls are of good size, with platform staircase ofash. Large bays will add to the size of the parlors, dining-room and bedroom, which are provided with open fire-places and cabinet mantels and mirrors. All the roomsare trimmed in pine and have pine floors. The kitchens are provided with all necessary fixturesand appliances, including sink, wash-trays, range, etc. The rooms have ample sized closets. From secondstory hall is a staircase to attic, where there are threebedrooms, finished. There is bathroom on each floor, fitted up complete,with bathtub, washbasin and water-closet. There is a cemented cellar under entire house. Thebuilding is heated throughout by hot air furnace in cellar.The general size is 25 x 43 ft., not including porch orbays. Heights of ceilings : first story, 9 ft.; second story, 8ft. 6 in.; third story, about 8 ft.; cellar, 7 ft. 58 LAMBERTS SUBURBAN ARCHITECTURE.
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(COPYRIGHTED.) VIEW OF FIREPLACE NOOK IN DEN. House of Mrs. A. M. Brittan. Design No. 235.—This house is the property of Mrs. A.M. Brittan, Hackensack, N. J. It has also been erected atEnglewood, Passaic and Nutley, N. J., with some slightchanges. In each case it has been very much admired. Theinterior arrangement is excellent. The broad, sweeping, overhanging roof supported onbrackets, the dormer window and dome-shaped tower arepleasing and unique features. It is built in a thoroughfirst-class manner, the materials being of the best quality,and workmanship unsurpassed. The entire exterior, in-cluding roofs, is shingled and stained a rich brown, withdark red roof, ivory white trimmings, and dark green blinds.There is a good sized porch on front and rear, and a largecemented, well lighted cellar under the entire building. Itcontains a servants water closet, coal bins and separatecold cellar. The main hall is in the centre of the building,connected by portiere openings with parlor and
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