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    Country Farmhouse - SL-125

    Our classic farmhouse is simple and solid in the best country tradition, but formal detailing gives it an elegance that would make it equally at home in town. Deep porches front and rear shade the house. The dormers feature casement windows topped by graceful fanlights. Long windows, latticework trim, and square columns complete the farmhouse look. The house may be built with or without the master bedroom wing. If built without, the plan offers a three-bedroom, two-bath house of about 2,400 square feet. With the addition of the wing, the house becomes a four-bedroom, three-bath home of about 2,800 square feet. To the left of the foyer is a separate dining room, and to the right is a room that could be used as a guestroom, nursery, or study. A Classic Country Farmhouse was designed by Phillip Franks of Birmingham. more
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    Coastal Cottage - SL-110

    The coastal architecture of the South has character all its own, as this beach house clearly shows. Designed by Edward J. Seibert of Sarasota, Florida, it combines rambling, turn-of-the-century good looks with some special features that ensure comfort and energy efficiency. The Coastal Cottage house plan achieves a vernacular look, in part, by the veranda that encircles the main floor much like a ship's deck. It offers panoramic views and could be screened, if desired. A skirting of latticework and a wooden balustrade provide old-fashioned carpenter detailing. Proper siting helps direct sea breezes inside, while the deep veranda cools the air before it enters the house. To take advantage of this natural cooling system, the long axis of the house should be sited parallel to the beach. The floor plan offers a one-room-deep design throughout much of the house, allowing for cross-ventilation. Half the square footage is for living and relaxing areas. Open planning and an absence of dividing walls underline the house's informality. more
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