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Matthew Frederick - M. Frederick L.L.C.
Bucks County
home was built and how it may have changed over the years.But the most helpful pace of all may be your local library! In this age of digital information, it's almost shocking to realize that some information is actually easier to find in person. Old town records, original photographs of homes, historical
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Michaelson Homes LLC
9 Reviews
Classic Colonial
section built with trusses where the dormers are? Thank
“Cedar shake” — cokemann
Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
architectural traditions of the shingle style. It speaks of longevity, commitment, generosity and family gatherings over time. Built on a dramatic site with views across Puget Sound to the Olympic Mountains, the house sits at the edge of a grove of mature cedars, which ground the structure visually with their
“This oval window I like for my window. LAA” — lynnannaverill
Highland Homes, Inc.
1 Review
New Orleans Charm with a Private Courtyard
new Orleans traditional exterior
“Dormers” — tracienewcomb
Core Development Group, Inc.
Ranch Lane
can be built into a fence to signal your visitors where to enter, or they can be added to an arbor for a charming effect. A well-placed and thoughtfully constructed gate sets off the entry while creating a bit of separation from the rest of the world. While not a necessity in most cases, gates provide
“Wood fence” — klumzzy12
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
2 Reviews
1940's Colonial Revival Remodel - Exterior
and its traditional.
back deck built on
“like the arc” — cassandrakelly
Clawson Architects, LLC
22 Reviews
Clawson Architects Projects
was a traditional Foursquare. The heavy Mission-style roof parapet, oppressive dark porch and interior trim along with an unfortunate addition did not foster a cheerful lifestyle. Upon entry, the immediate focus of the Entry Hall was an enclosed staircase which arrested the flow and energy of the home
house was built in the early 1900's and is on the Historic Register and all of the improvements to the facade received the Historic Preservation Committee's blessing. The Attic has 3 bedrooms and 1 bath, the 2nd floor has a Master suite, three bedrooms, two bath rooms and a gracious laundry and the first
“Porch” — phillil
Gatling Design
1 Review
Cozy Cottage
then we built a cricket that sloped from +12" at the front of the valley to 0" at the back; then covered all with a cap sheet up 2 feet on each side; hot sealed all the joints; then shingled over that. Even though it is a 10/12 roof we treated these valley areas as if they were under 3/12 (which the
“Pattern” — Danyelle Kukuk
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