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"Dutch Colonial Revival Based on the style of housed built by the Dutch settlers on New Amsterdam (New York) in the 1600s, the Dutch Colonial was popular between 1900 and World War II. A common characteristic is the gambrel roof (i.e., a curving roof with a shape similar to a barn roof)" http://www.10realty.com/housestyles.htm
Thanks Jud! I read up on the style and now feel enlightened. I hate not knowing something and not knowing how to look it up.
Please feel free to use me as aresearch lackey/assistant as needed.
It must be spacious in there.
Thanks for IDing this house, Jud. I've recently purchased a house like this, built in 1916, in Portage Park. Where can I find more info on the original layout, building materials, and decoration used? If it was a Craftsman Bungalow I'd have no problem figuring out what the inside is 'supposed' to look like.
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