The Van Dyke

Liberty Homes for 1939

1939 Liberty Homes: The Van Dyke

"This beautiful Colonial home has the exterior grace and dignity and interior spaciousness that usually come only in homes of much higher price. It is the combination of charm, comfort and economy that makes the Van Dyke a most popular design decades after its model first flourished in the hospitable Colonies. The use of siding for the first story and stained shingles for the gables and dormer sidewalls is most appropriate, however, you may specify siding in place of the stained shingles if you desire. From the moment you enter the Van Dyke through the shuttered Colonial entrance you are impressed with its air of roominess. Every detail in the interior plan bespeaks comfort and hospitality. Not a feature is lacking that would make this a more desirable home. And like all Liberty Homes the Van Dyke has those fundamentals that insure lifetime satisfaction – yet at a cost considerably less than you would pay for a home of commonplace design, inferior construction and materials. Height of ceilings 8 feet."

1939 Liberty Homes: The Van Dyke