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Posted by  Marianne on April 22, 2003 at 09:48:43:

In Reply to:  My Home's Architectural Style posted by Holly Johnston on April 09, 2003 at 15:23:03:

Sounds more like a bungalow to me. Cape Cods don't have front porches, but are simple one-storeys with the roof ridge parallel to the front side. Under that gable roof there is often a finished attic serving as a second floor; there are windows only in the end walls.

I don't understand what you mean about your house having an attic that looks like a second floor. It would help to know what kind of roof style it has. Is the "look" of a second floor done with windows? There is a style (Mansard) which has a top floor which is meant to look like NOT another floor by being covered with roofing on all sides, the top quite flat and the sides only slightly sloped.

Marianne

 
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