Described as "Early American" with "many Cape Cod characteristics," this mid-century design would appeal to the modern family of modest means, with a car and a growing family. Note that the chimney pictured in the illustration seems to have no associated fireplace in the floor plan.
Why is this a Cape Cod style?
- Rectangular shape, with a garage addition
- Steep pitch to roof
- Side gables
- Front door placed at the center
- Eight-over-eight multi-paned, double-hung windows
- Shingle or shake exterior siding
- Center hall floor plan
What are the modern modifications?
Marketing this House Plan:
A 240 square foot attached garage must be the "Full Pleasure" of this small, 810 square foot home.
See Cape Cods in Suburbia for an introduction to these mid-century home designs.