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The Cannes

1928 Distinctive Homes by Matot Construction

As noted, The Cannes shows some of the "French Peasant" influence seen in many of the French Eclectic styles popular during the 1920s. The steeply pitched roof and wall dormers, rough stuccoed walls and a rustic shingled roof create an Old World look that was attractive to many prospective home owners. French doors from the living and dining rooms open to a brick terrace at the rear. This house also has three bedrooms and two full bathrooms. This particular plan was designed by Matot, but the original design was featured as the cover house in the September 1926 American Builder magazine, thus proving again (for the bazillionth time) that, where plan book houses were concerned, no design was beyond stealing in the competitive plan book market.

1928 Matot - The Cannes

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