Craftsman / four square house (urban/neotraditional/TND)

Craftsman / four square house (urban/neotraditional/TND)

Dan T.
Description
This is a reinterpretation of the classic American four-square -- a style of detached house that was popular throughout much of the United States and Canada through the 1910s and 1920s. The style experienced a revival in the late 1990s, and four-squares are now a standard part of most traditional neighborhood development (TND) and new urbanism projects in the US. In suburban subdivisions in the northern half of the United States, four-squares with large attached garages are increasingly popular This is an example of "four-sided design" - architectural details and fenestration are consistent on all sides. This example has 3 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, a master suite, 9'/2.75 m ceilings on the ground floor, small front and rear porches, and a basement with window wells. The basement can accommodate a small in-law suite, accessory apartment (ADU), home theater room, or neckbeard nest for that gentlesir who just won't leave. The secondary entry door is on the side -- a more common configuration in the Buffalo/Western New York area than other parts of the US. I made this model for form-based zoning code illustration. All elevations are detailed, and there's interior floors, walls, ceilings, stairwells, and stairs. Sorry, but you won't find interior detail work like molding, kitchen cabinets, appliances, or interior doors. #New_York #Buffalo #Rochester #Syracuse #Albany #New_York #Masssachusetts #Boston #Connecticut #Hartford #Rhode_Island #Providence #New_Hampshire #Vermont #Maine #New_Jersey #Newark #Pennsylvania #Pittsburgh #Scranton #Erie #Ohio #Cleveland #Akron #Columbus #Dayton #Cincinnati #Michigan #Detroit #Grand_Rapids #Indiana #Indianapolis #Fort_wayne #South_Bend #Kentucky #Louisville #Wisconsin #Milwaukee #Minnesota #Minneapolis #St_Paul #Iowa #Des_Moines #New_England #Northeast #Midwest #Ontario #Manitoba #New_Brunswick #Nova_Scotia #Colorado #Denver #Washington #Seattle #Oregon #Portland #Idaho #Boise #1910s #1920s #building #home #house #residence #dwelling #maison #infill #neotraditional #new_urban #new_urbanism #transect #T3 #TND #urban #zoning #narrow_lot #porch #basement #single_family #detached
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