The Winona bungalow is a popular American cottage type home. Broken roof lines, wide overhanging eaves supported with brackets, and full front porch gives it a pleasing appearance from either perspective. The outside walls are planned to be covered with bevel siding which we suggest painting white, light gray or ivory. The best grade of material and carefully prepared plans are needed for you to reproduce this home. They are included in our low cash price.
Plan No. 12010A. The vestibule contains a handy closet for outer wraps. The left side of the plan is devoted to the living room (size, 12 ft. 5 in. by 12 ft. 11 in.), dining room and kitchen. The kitchen windows are placed high enough from the floor so sink or table will fit underneath. A plastered arch in the right wall of the dining room leads to small hall which connects the two bedrooms and bath.
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Plan No. 12010B. This practical plan is 24 ft. wide and 40 ft. in depth and contains six rooms. Living room and dining room with connecting arch have the appearance of one large room, size 12 ft. 5 in. wide and over 26 ft. long. Note stairs over cellar stairway, leading to large storage space in the attic. The grade platform is constructed to provide refrigerator space.
The right side of the plan is laid out for three bedrooms, each with closet. The bath is planned to accommodate fixtures according to Specification No. 21A or 22b with Venetian mirrored medicine case over the lavatory.