With its exposed rafters and Craftsman-style clustered porch columns, this is an uncommonly "artistic" Foursquare. Four bedrooms are upstairs but, in an unusual spin, the bathroom is located downstairs next to the kitchen. A large reception hall imposes more formality on the plan than might otherwise be expected but overall the room flow is good.
In the 1923 catalog, the plan is renamed as the Woodland and comes in two variations. The first, like the 1916 model, is a four-bedroom with the bathroom located on the main floor. The second plan has a large closet on the main floor and the bathroom is moved to the second floor with five small bedrooms.
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