Sloan, Samuel, 1815-1884 / Sloan's homestead architecture, containing forty designs for villas, cottages, and farm houses, with essays on style, construction, landscape gardening, furniture, etc. etc.
Ground plans: a plain farm dwelling, pp. 288 ff.
288 HOMESTEAD ARCHITECTURE. OUR readers will observe a resemblance between this and the general plan of Design XXVI., with this difference, that while the latter is adapted by the pro- portions of its rooms to an elevation in the Gothic style, the one before us would appear much better in the Italian dress. IRooMS.-E, fig. 175, is a vestibule or porch, through which an entrance to the main hall D is effected. A is the parlor, 26 by 16 feet; B, sitting-room, and C, dining-room, respectively 16 by 18 feet. Beyond C is the kitchen F, 15 by 16 feet. The plan of the second floor, fig. 176, shows K the landing of stairs; L, dressing-room, and three fine chambers II. Fxo. 175.-FIRST FLOOR. Fio. 176.-SECOND FLOOR.
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