The Villa

Aladdin Home Plans for 1916

1916 Aladdin —  Villa

It is difficult to select words suitable to describe the beauties and convenience of this thoroughly modern home. While the architectural lines are strong, yet the artist has rendered them extremely pleasing to the eye. The pergola effect at the front and each side combined with the stately columns, lends a certain dignity and grandeur that at once places The Villa in a class by itself. Like the beautiful everywhere, this house challenges the lover of the artistic and furnishes a concrete example of stateliness and strength which at the same time is an embodiment of the finest culture.

On passing through the vestibuled front entrance into the large and spacious hallway, the visitor’s attention is at once attracted by the beautiful and easily ascending stairs at the rear, and on each side by the double French doors leading either to the living room on the right or the large dining room on the left. Without changing one’s position, there is easily visible across the living room the French doors leading to the sun parlor. This sun room extending the entire width of the house, affords by means of the casement windows a protected porch in pleasant weather or a comfortable lounging room when the elements outside so dictate. The breakfast room, ample for a small family dining room, a butler’s pantry, and a conveniently arranged kitchen complete the first floor. On the second floor, opening off a central hall, are the owner’s room with bath and three corner bed rooms with closets. A large, well lighted third floor furnishes, when desired, convenient space for the maid’s quarters.