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    Inspired by historic homes in the Chesapeake area, Maryland Tidewater House is made up of three distinct units-the main house, a central connector, and a master bedroom wing. French doors set between square brick pillars convert the front portico into a hallway linking the areas. The main house contains formal living areas with side hall and powder room below and two bedrooms in the half story above. At the center of the design is an open-plan connector, which includes family room, combination kitchen/breakfast room, pantry, and laundry. Brick flooring ties these areas together visually. Skylights make the connector bright and welcoming. A glassed porch in front and an open garden porch in the rear give views to the outdoors. The master bedroom wing is the third element in the plan. It includes a vaulted ceiling, a formal fireplace with fretwork mantel, and built-in bookcases. This house plan was designed by William H. Phillips, Jr., of Dauphin Island, Alabama. more
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    Simple but distinctive good looks and easygoing comfort are the hallmarks of the Tidewater style. This plan offers both in a design that provides for formal entertaining as well as informal family living. The facade of the house's center section is brick laid in a Flemish-bond pattern. Wings of equal proportions but contrasting materials flank the house, adding visual appeal. Rooflines are steeply pitched, with narrow gabled dormers typical of Williamsburg architecture. A breakfast room and bright garden room border the kitchen. This plan was designed by William H. Phillips, Jr., of Dauphin Island, Alabama. more
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    Away from the larger towns of the Tidewater, housing styles were often simpler. Understatement was the basis for their appeal, as it is with our Chesapeake Country Home, designed by William H. Phillips, Jr., of Dauphin Island, Alabama. Special emphasis is given to the entry, with a wide, graceful fanlight covering the doorway. Carriage lamps and sidelights flank the double doors, and just above the entry a circular vent accents a small gable. Inside, an expansive hallway runs the depth of the house. At its end, a fanlit doorway, with detailing identical to the entry, opens to the rear terrace. A combination living room/library includes a traditional fireplace as well as floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. French doors bordered by windows open the room to the rear terrace. A large, open-plan kitchen includes a generous pantry and storage area and an adjoining skylit breakfast room. A separate work area provides space for cookbook storage and recipe reading. The dining room is formal with a tray ceiling and traditional moldings. Bedrooms are placed in a separate wing. French doors and a vaulted ceiling open the master bedroom. Two additional bedrooms share a walk-through bath. The laundry is in a practical location in the hallway between bedrooms and a breakfast room. The one-story plan contains 3 bedrooms and 21/2 baths in about 2,500 square feet of heated space. more
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