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Design No. 606

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

And extensive wrapped porch, bay windows, half-timbered gables, and exposed purlins are "reminiscent of the English, yet this design is distinctly 'Los Anglicized,' by reason of its general arrangement. The exterior walls are brick veneered upon a wood frame, and carried to the ceiling joists, the gables being cement plaster enriched by half-timber. The gables project slightly, forming an overhang that is supported on cove brackets, placed under each half timber carrying up a logical structural line."

The bedrooms and bathroom are accessible by a central hall making this a more modern plan.

1910 - The Bungalow Book - No. 606

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