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Design No. 573

from "The Bungalow Book" by Henry Wilson (1910)

The interesting symmetry of No. 573 results from the symmetry of the four balanced forward gables. A large chimney on one side contrasts with the balcony porch on the other combining in a harmonious composition with "a very artistic effect."

Inside the rooms might easily suit a variety of purposes depending on the inhabitants' needs. Just off the livingroom is a fireplace and inglenook. There is about 1500 sq. feet of versatile living space.

There is a built-in wall bed in the front bedroom or den, which is separated from the living room by pocket doors. A second bedroom, also separated from the living room by pocket doors, can be accessed from the dining room as well. There is only one "real" bedroom, adjacent to the bathroom. With built-in cabinetry and a flexible floor plan, it's easy to see that this might suit a variety of owners.

1910 - The Bungalow Book - No. 573

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