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Posted by  Erin Cummings on January 26, 2004 at 09:45:46:

In Reply to:  what style is my house? posted by Parker on March 11, 2003 at 11:01:14:

Hi There,

I have just purchased a home and I am trying to find out the history and style of it. I have been told that it was built in 1921 and then added to in 1935. The original section of the house is two storey's and all brick. The house is shaped as one large rectangle with a flat roof. There are four windows in the front of the house which are quite large and have some detailed brick work framing them. The original home did not have any front porch, but one was added during the 1935 renovations. Inside, all rooms have beautiful, ornate radiators, a long narrow hallway from front to back and a basement cellar.
I hope this information is sufficient. Thanks for any info you can provide :)

 
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