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From the front porch, you enter the living room size 15 ft. 11 inches by 12 ft. 6 inches. Four large windows admit plenty of light and the good wall space permits many attractive arrangements of the furniture. A closet for outer wraps opens off the stair platform—handy to the front door.
The dining room size 11 ft. 5 inches by 12 ft. 2 inches and the kitchen complete the first floor plan. Note the kitchen has cross ventilation and a convenient place for all necessary equipment. The platform at the top of the grade and cellar stairs is designed for refrigerator.
The upstairs hall connects with the three corner bedrooms and bath. Each room has cross ventilation and the bath is above the average size with built in linen closet over the main stairs.