864 foursquare Home Design Photos

Francis Dzikowski Photography Inc.
1 Review
Park Hill House
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Houzz Tour: Caretaking a Handsome Yonkers Foursquare
Foursquare Park Hill House, 2300 sq ft, 4 br. 2.5 baths, built early 1900's
American foursquare. Sitting up on the hill with its symmetrical facade and boxy good looks, it communicates strength and solidity. The clay tile roof, front porch etc. were there when Brewer bought the house in 1998. But of course, as with any older house, things needed repair, replacement and redoing
“Terrace” — kaye3223
Ron Brenner Architects
10 Reviews
Exterior - Classic American Four Square
Ideabooks4,671
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American foursquare but cannot find one. I found your house and I am in love with it. I was just wondering if you were going to post the floor plan anytime. Thanks!!
This house resembles the previous in form, and its second level, which became more common, also emphasizes horizontal elements and has generous eaves typical of the style. Some homes of this type are called foursquares, but the massing and simplified elevations mimic
“color” — ellelalli
Tarl LaRocco Designs
Exterior
Ideabooks1,305
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American foursquare homes. This Nashville residence also features Craftsman characteristics such as stone pedestals, a three-panel front door and square-tapered columns
American foursquare homes. This Nashville residence also features Craftsman characteristics such as stone pedestals, a three-panel front door and square-tapered columns.
“Placement of front door and columns” — stephaniedaily
RWA Architects
Exterior
Ideabooks1,598
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brick foursquare and like your choices.
house as a foursquare, which describes its building type, rather than its style. Colonial revival foursquares are common, as are Prairie-inspired foursquares. A foursquare is simply a plan with two levels, each two rooms wide and two rooms deep. The style is established in the details of windows, cornices
house as a foursquare, which describes its building type, rather than its style. Colonial revival foursquares are common, as are Prairie-inspired foursquares. A foursquare is simply a plan with two levels, each two rooms wide and two rooms deep. The style is established in the details of windows, cornices
“porch” — rmaggi
First Lamp
4 Reviews
Kirkland Residence
Ideabooks1,118
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American foursquare homes often have wide eaves with exposed rafter tails.
interesting foursquare - layering
Contemporary foursquare
American foursquare homes often
Contemporary meets foursquare..
rican foursquare homes often have wide eaves with exposed rafter tails.
Design- Foursquare
“Lower two floors” — mtsmiths
Elise Moore Design
10 Reviews
Drummond House
Ideabooks1,487
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American foursquare architecture is so beautiful. Also, the wrap around porch!
Foursquare with wraparound porch and widows walk
of of foursquare homes. Other details, like craftsman-made built-in cabinets or Queen Anne trim, were used as well, but mostly foursquares do not have ornamentation.
“house color” — footballmom211
Brooks Ballard
4 Reviews
The Dillon foursquare
Ideabooks2,104
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Dillon Foursquare. Would like to review and possibly purchase stock house plan similar to Foursquare house style. Want house plan between 1800-2300 square feet, master bedroom and laundry room on main level, at least front porch and one landing on stairs, three to four bedrooms, two and one-half to three
to the foursquare's Craftsman influence. Historical characteristics include the home's dormer, brick porch pedestals, Prairie-style window muntins and ribbon driveway.
“i like” — bertlwp
Brooks Ballard
4 Reviews
A new craftsman bungalow with historic charm.
Ideabooks1,971
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similar foursquare-style houses exist across the U.S. To find the difference, look for Craftsman attributes such as the double porch column on this revival. Eaves can, but would rarely, be boxed in with soffits, as in this example. Brick piers provide further definition of this home's style.
toward the foursquare identity, this new Craftsman revival exhibits the tapered upper column common to the style. Stone-covered piers characteristically break the floor line of the porch. A nicely detailed belt line divides a lower floor with clapboard siding from the shingled upper floor. Notice the hipped
“Simple handrail” — adansegura
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