The Warwick

Standard Home Plans for 1926

1926 Standard House Plans: The Warwick

1926 Standard House Plans: The Warwick

The prominent chimney is the first feature that catches the eye in the Warwick model. It has about 1600 square feet of living space. It's a Colonial Revival style with its traditional side gable, shake siding, and six over six windows topped with decorative crowns. The placement of the entry next to the fireplace is unusual, but the rooms are generally relatively good sized. A large side porch can be accessed from both the dining and living rooms. The circular floor plan provides good traffic flow from room to room. The kitchen, with an adjacent half bath, has a breakfast nook. On the second floor are three bedrooms, two of which have access to two sleeping porches. A balcony is accessible from the upstairs hall. It has a few oddities which add to its character.

"Man's strength can easily be gauged by his faith in the strength of woman. Woman's intuition has always equaled, and in many instances surpassed, man's reason. Strong men know this vital principle of life and strive daily to keep harmonious the home in which dwells the heart and source of their strength. This is an easy task in beautiful new homes like The Warwick."

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