The Chicago-style bungalow of the early 20th century was offered by Radford through the 1920s. During the 1920s especially, Radford had a distinctive style that is clearly depicted in Design 11364. The key identifiers include the use of brick, decorative stone or concrete work, and a narrow footprint, and a roofline perpendicular to the street, which fit neatly on relatively tight city lots. Given the room, this tile-roofed, two-bedroom plan could be placed parallel or perpendicular to the street... it's handsome either way!
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