"Planned on traditional lines of early New England architecture and accommodated to the requirements of present-day living, this prize-winning Cape Cod cottage is a perfect example of sane, efficient planning. Although compact, it has ample floor space with the rooms arranged to afford the privacy all too often lacking in small houses.
Economical planning should, and in the Nantucket does, provide for the matter or low upkeep as well as original building cost. Having eight-foot ceilings on both floors, it is easy to heat. The attached garage is a particularly desirable feature from the standpoint of construction and design as well as convenience. Aside from being a perfect, practical plan, it is also a hospitable little home and a sound and readily salable investment."