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The craftsman
Volume XXX, Number 2 (May 1916)

Four Craftsman houses,   pp. 225-228 PDF (3.1 MB)


Page 225


       FOUR POPULAR CRAFTSMAN HOUSES
         HERE can I see Craftsman house designs?" In answer to a persistent
de-
         mand, we are beginning with this number to publish each month in
the
         CRAFTSMAN MAGAZINE four Craftsman houses. This will be continued
until
         we have reproduced the two hundred house designs which we have on
file. A
front elevation and floor plans will be shown on each page.
    We will furnish tentative estimates and cost of complete plans upon request.
                                  Address:
  Service Department, Craftsman Publishing Co., 6 East 39th St., New York
City.
A
NO. 80-A CRAFTSMAN BUNGALOW FOR WEEK-ENDS
--,ý4  V CEMENT BUNGALOW. NO. OU.
  The Craftsman bungalow illus-
trated here, No. 8o, was planned
primarily for a summer home, and
so we have arranged the rooms
_very simply, so as to make the
housework light, and have kept
the construction as plain and eco-
nomical as possible, so that the
cost will be low. The design need
not be limited, however, to sum-
mer use, for if the walls are fin-
ished off inside to keep the inte-
rior warm the bungalow may be
used all the year round. The low
flat lines of this house and the
condensed  arrangement of the
rooms make it exceptionally prac-
tical and attractive for a home in
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