The Richmond

Liberty Homes for 1939

1939 Liberty Homes: The Richmond

"Exterior design makes for desirability and determines the true value of a home equally as much as the interior arrangement. In the Richmond, a true Cape Cod Colonial design, you have a home with an exterior that is perfect to the smallest detail, and an interior arrangement that provides the maximum in comfort and convenience. There is something quite satisfying and restful about the Richmond with its shingled sidewalls, the formal entrance, quaint dormers, shuttered windows. The floor plan is of a well established and popular type, having the entrance in the center, a large living room on one side opening onto the attractive side porch, and on the other side the dining room and kitchen. Notice the attractive side porch, and on the other side the dining room and kitchen. Notice the attractive bay window in the dining room with its built-in window seat. Adjoining the large kitchen and handy to the living room is the rear entry and down-stairs toilet.

The open stairway leads up out of the vestibule to a roomy, well-lighted hall upstairs which connects with the three bedrooms and bath. Although shingles are regularly furnished for the sidewalls, siding would be in good taste and will be furnished if desired. Height of ceilings, both floors, 8 feet."

1939 Liberty Homes: The Richmond