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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.
(1861)

Design VII.: an irregular northern villa,   pp. 100-104 ff.


Page 102

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                hOMESTEAD ARCHITECTURE.
  22 by 17 feet, is a fine, well lighted apartment, corn-
  municating with the kitchen E, by the passage H.
  The kitchen is 17 by 20 feet, and has an appendage
  F of 10 by 15 feet; this seems to us ample provision
  for the use of the culinary department.  The private
  stairs, and two fine closets for the dining-room and
  kitchen, are entered from the passage H.    On the
  second or chamber floor, fig 40, we. find K, L, M, fine
Flu. 39.-PRINCIPAL FLOOR.
Fia. 40.-SECOND FLOOR.
 chambers; N, a bath-room; P, a dressing-room; and
 0, a sleeping-room for servants.  The principal stairs
 are intended to continue to the loft, where sufficient
 space will be found for at least three good bed-rooms:
 from this floor the tower is reached through a passage
 made by an elevation of the roof for the purpose, and
 a stairway within it affords the means of reaching
 the upper section or observatory, a light, lantern~like


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