The Herndon

Standard Home Plans for 1926

1926 Standard House Plans: The Herndon

1926 Standard House Plans: The Herndon

Herndon is 1144 square feet of usable living space. It's a two-story bungalow with a hipped roof and forward gable dormer, open rafters, and broad front porch. Unlike many bungalows, especially of the Craftsman type, this plan has no fireplace and doesn't open into the living room. An entry with closet and stairs provides a transition zone from the outdoors. The plan has three bedrooms and a single bath on the second floor. The bedrooms are average size. The largest has an adjacent alcove that would have been suitable for a small nursery, sewing or reading room.

If all women knew how much easier it is for a man to be contented in a home he has helped to build and learned to love, countless numbers would loose no time in learning the cost and terms of payment on artistic home of The Herndon type. Such homes are inexpensive to build, yet they hold a world of joy for earnest home seekers."