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These buildings were not built in the 17th-19th centuries, however they very much mimic the colonial style of that time. These homes (and the shed) were built with both real materials and integrity. I can picture homes like this being admired 100 years from now the way we admire the great architecture of the past.

This is a sun room edition to a colonial style house. The grid is made of wood and each section of the grid has its own window. Thats 15 windows for each panel. TIme, hard work, and honesty pays off.

 

This shed is simple yet classic, made with a saltbox roof and cupola.

 

I hope to get some more historical houses up here soon :-)


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broodywarrior
Apr. 14th, 2010 02:43 am (UTC)
Oh gawd, that top house is beautiful. And I -WILL- have a sunroom in my house.

That really is one of my biggest dreams, is building my own house.
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