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SECOR LUMBER COM PAN Coal, Lumber, Builders' Supplies, Feed Telephone 32. SAVANNAH, N. ¥.


IIOMES

VAR.IOUS

FAMILY

BUDGETS

We have great pleasure iu being able to present in this book for the convenience and guidance of prospective home builders in our community an excellent and most timely selection of small homes of diversified architecture and flexibility suitable to the pocketbook and needs of the many. FEATURES I. This includes designs planned for the very minimum F.H.A. room size requirements as well as a range of one story homes up to the three bedroom class. Also included are some very small one bedroom plans which will·not be F.H.A. approved but which are in demand by those not getting F.H.A. approved loan and by G.l.'s. Many of these plans are illustrated with and without basement. 2. "Homes That Can Grow.'' This group includes homes which are definitely planned for future expansion. Various· ideas are illustrated such as: 2 2 3 3 3

room room room room room

plan, plan, plan, plan, plan,

add 1 bedroom add 1 bedroom and porch add 1 bedroom, breezeway and garage build future rooms in attic add new living room and porch, garage, etc.

G.l.'s are particularly interested in these "Expansible Home" ideas now, as construction costs can be held down for the present and F.H.A. will insure (under Titles 3 and 6). 3. Apartment Garages - Home Income Ideas. This· group includes 6 garages, 5 of which accommodate 2 cars, and have apartments and / or rentable rooms over. The 6th is a small 2 room plan with garage attached, which may be used as a guest house. Also included is I narrow lot 2 apartment. 4. All homes shown herein were designed and planned by competent architects long experienced in small home architecture. Complete blueprint plans, estimate of costs and other desired information are available at our office. 5. If you contemplate the building of a new home, it would pay you to not only familiarize yourself with the plans illustrated herein but also to study our other house plans and complete home building service. It is all for your use and without any obligation whatsoever. Come in and see us any time at your convenience.

COPYRI(;HTED 1946 BY NATIONAL PLAN SERVICE, INC.

PRINTED IN U.S .A.


6ihe abest

PLANNED BOTH WITH AND WITHOUT BASEMENT

A colorful home desi~ned in effective manner and simple dignity. The floor plan provides five well located rooms with full household. equipment and the convenient attached garage.

I. fXD ROOM IO'CD~~I'2'Sj I

«» Ceiling Heights

... 8 Ft.

Height of Basement Plan 1 .......... 7 Ft.

GARAGE. 10'0". '21'0" .w ..:J

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PLAN 1, WITH BASEMENT House ............ 18,944 Cu. Ft.

Garage ............ 3,385 Cu. Ft.

House .... 15,060 Cu. Ft. Garage ... 3,910 Cu. Ft. Note that this Plan is 46 Ft. wide.


All the desirable features and all the reco~nized appeal of the traditional Cape Cod are retained and expressed by this home. The attached garage and breezeway are modern features so much in demand. Plans arc available with or without basement.

WITH ATTACHED GARAGE AND BREEZEWAY Ceiling Height ......................... 8 Ft. Height of Basement, Plan 1 .............. 7 Ft.

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PLAN 1, WITH BASEMENT 20,985 CUBIC FEET

PLAN 2, WITHOUT BASEMENT 16,435 CUBIC FEET


A three bedroom home designed in good taste and popular appeal. There is a wealth of convenience and comfort built within its walls. Plans are available either with or without basement. When ordering specify whether Plan I or Plan 2 is wanted.

FOR A WIDE LOT Ceiling Height ............................. 8 Ft. 2 ln. Height of Basement, Plan l ....................... 7 Ft.

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PLAN 1, WITH BASEMENT 23,935 CUBIC FEET

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PLAN 2, WITHOUT BASEMENT 18,865 CUBIC FEET


• DESIGNED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION

This original modern four-room home is complete with all comforts and conveniences, yet it offers to many the solution of their problem, immediate ownership, pro· viding for present needs. This thoughtful planning offers the opportunity to postpone hut not sacrifice the luxury of a future attached garage and room additions in a simple 'and practical manner.

ORIGINAL HOME

30 1011 ORIGINAL HOME..

12 1011

BED ROOM ADDITION

CUBIC CONTENTS OF ORIGINAL HOME 15,045 CU. FT.

GARAGE.

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ADDITION

CUBIC CONTENTS OF BED ROOM ADDITION 4,475 CU. FT.

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~OOM 1 19 0 11 x 12 19 11

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«» CUBIC CONTENTS OF GARAGE ADDITION 2,900 CU. FT.

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Ceiling Height. .. . . . .. 8 Ft. Basement Height ...... 7 Ft.


GROWING F AM/LIES REQUIRE MORE ROOMS

A modern three room home is sufficient for newlyweds; therefore why pay now for extra rooms until needed? Save now to pay for the extra rooms when the family grows.

ORIGINAL HOME

CUBIC CONTENTS OF ORIGINAL HOME 13,405 CU. FT. «»

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11'6')(11' 0"

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CUBIC CONTENTS OF BED ROOM ADDITION 4,555 CU. FT. «» Ceiling Height ................ 8 Ft. Height of Basement ............ 7 Ft.

II'O"xl1'3"

BED ROOM

LIVING ROOM

11'6"x 10'0"

16' 6"')( 11'3"

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6fhe aimer• PLANNED WITH AND WITHOUT BASEMENT

45'0"

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DINI NG ROO M \\'10"

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The picture IS effective and portrays good Colonial design. The floor arrangement was carefully planned for comfort and good ventilation and the maximum of economy and utility. The attached garage is an added convenience. Planned with and without basement.

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PLAN 2, WITHOUT BASEMENT 19,950 CUBIC FEET Note that in Plan 2 Dining Ro.om a11d Fireplace are omitted and Utility Room and Dining Space added. Ceiling Height ................ . .... 8 Ft. 2 ln. Height of Basement, Plan l ... . ...... . ... 7 Ft.

PLAN l, WITH BASEMENT 24,562 CUBIC FEET


A complete five room home featuring large, well ventilated rooms, a cozy fireplace, plenty of closets and the convenient attached garage. The exterior design speaks for itself. It is modern, well proportioned and very effective. Planned with utility room or with basement.

WITH GARAGE ATTACHED

45'0''

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PLAN I, WITH BASEMENT 21,150 CUBIC FEET

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PLAN 2, WITHOUT BASEMENT 16,730 CUBIC FEET Ceiling Height ......................... 8 Ft. Height of Basement, Plan 1 .............. 7 Ft.


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BED ROOM II' 3"xl5'6'

PROJIIDES FOR FUTURE BED ROOM

32'6" This compact little home of Colonial characteristics provides a comfortable and fully equipped living apartment. Specially planned for a future hedroom which can he added at a minimum cost. Reversed plans can be furnished.

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«» CUBIC CONTENTS OF ORIGINAL HOME ............................... ll,740 CU. FT. CUBIC CONTENTS OF BED ROOM ADDITION .......................... 2,745 CL FT.

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Ceiling Height ................... 8 Ft. Height of Basement. .............. 7 Ft.


• PLANNED FOR EXPANSION

If this original home meets your present needs, why buy a larger home until you require it? In the meantime you can save money and interest for future use. Beginning with a house of three rooms, hath and closets, it is particularly planned for six rooms, two baths and garage for future use.

THE ORIGINAL HOME

20'0'

liVJNG ROOM ADDIT I ON

CUBIC CONTENTS OF ORIGINAL HOME 16,030 CU. FT.

22'0'

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TO COMPLETE SECOND FLOOR ADD 660 CU. FT.

GARAGE. ADDITION

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B[D ROOM

TO INCLUDE LIYING R.OOMS AND PORCH ADD 5,480 CU. FT.

LIVING ROOM IQ:O'xll\'b"

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TO INCLUDE BREEZEWAY AND GARAGE ADD 2,760 CU. FT.

«» CEILING HEIGHTS

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lst Floor .......... . .. 8 Ft. 2nd Floor ............ 8 Ft. Basement . , . , ... , . . .. 7 Ft.

13' 3' xl c' 6' CLO. AOOCK

SECOND FLOOR PLA:'ol FIRST FLOOR PLAN

lnclicates walls of original home. lnclicates walls of future aclclitions.

Illustrates pI ace men t of rooms, bath and closet' for future use.


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The "Allis" l!ives a choice of five distinct desij!ns. These homes will appeal particularly to those with small families who appreciate indi-

DINING SPACL

vidual characteristics. The floor plans include four large rooms which are really equal to five rooms in comfort, equipment and efficien-

LIVING ROOM

cy thereby assuring a permanent

17'~"x II' 0"

basis for true economy.

These

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homes are suitable and appropriate

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to any location or neig;hborhood.

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Se(> Alternate Exteriors on Page 11.

THE BASIC FLOOR PLAN

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ILLUSTRATING VARYING EXTERIOR DESIGNS FOR SAME BASIC FLOOR PLAN SHOWN ON PAGE 10.

When ordering working plans, mention design selected-whether A-B-CD or E.

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DESIGN C

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CUBIC CONTENTS DESIGN A DESIGN B DESIGN C DESIGN D GARAGE DESIGN E

................ 15,020 ................ 14,790 ................ 14,525 ................ 14,330 ............... 2,300 ................ 15,625

CU. CU. CU. CU. CU. CU.

Ceiling Height .............. 8 Ft. Height of Basement .......... 7 Ft.

FT. FT. FT. FT. FT. FT.


This substantial home of four rooms offers all the comforts of modern living and the efficiency of five rooms. The colorful hrick exterior and large view window are pleasing features.

โ€ข BRICK CONSTRUCTION

31'8"

35' 8"

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PLAN 1, WITH BASEMENT 14,950 CUBIC FEET

Ceiling Height ....... 8 Ft. Height of Basement, Plan 1 ............. 7 Ft.

FL.OWE.R BOX

PLAN 2, WITHOUT BASEMENT 11,430 CUBIC FEET


This attractive Colonial Cottage offers a selection of two floor plans, either of which provides large rooms and utilities for easy housekeeping.

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Reverse Plan.~

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Are Avaiutble For All Designs Shown In This Book

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LIV\f..IG R.OOM 13 14", '20'~ 11

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PLAN l, WITH BASEMENT 17,990 CUBIC FEET

Ceiling Height ......... 8 Ft. Height of Basement, Plan I ............... 7 Ft.

PLAN 2, WITHOUT BASEMENT 13,820 CUBIC FEET


6ihe abant.

What can be more attractive than this effective modern .and fully equipped home. Plans provide six rooms with basement or five rooms with utility room.

TWO PLAN SUGGESTIONS

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PLAYROOM '*==Il::li'O•"•" •I:J• '•IO•". .

PLAN 1 WITH BASEMENT AND PLAY ROOM 20.320 CU. FT.

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PLAN 2, WITHOUT. BASEMENT 13,760 CUBIC FEET

«» Ceiling Height ....................... 8 Ft. 2 ln. Height of Basement, Plan l ................ 7 Ft.


The pictun' of this modern home ;;peals fot· itself. The floor plan features convenience, comfort and utility. The attached ~aral!e is an added convenience. Plans are obtainable with or without basement.

61/ze a/mar. VINING ROOM 9'0' X I \'0"

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PLAN 2 WITHOUT BASEMENT 18,265 CUBIC FEET

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PLAN I, WITH BASEMENT 23,670 CUBIC FEET -~~{

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!JtD ROOM ADDIT\ON l.:J'0 11 l( i0 1G:1

DESIGN A

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SEVEN VARYING EXTERIORS FOR SAME BASIC FLOOR PLAN

When ordering working plans be sure you specifically mention whether you want Desil!;n A-B-C-D-E-F or G.

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BASIC FLOOR PLAN

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DESIGN D DESIGN E


DESIGN B

DESIGN C

• CUBIC CONTENTS • DESIGN DESIGN DESIGN DESIGN Garage DESIGN DESIGN DESIGN

A ...... 8,720 B ...... 8,970 C ...... 8,350 D ...... 8,395 ........ 2,160 E ...... 8,835 F ...... 8,405 G ...... 8,365

CU. CU. CU. CU. CU. CU. CU. CU.

FT. FT. FT. FT. FT. FT. FT. FT.

BUILD THE EXTRA BED ROOM NOW OR IN THE FUTURE

The seven original and attractive homes with the basic floor plan illustrate the essential requirements of the newly-weds of today; efficiency of layout, compactness for economy, ample room comfort and good design. The extra cost for the added bedroom can be saved for the future. Design "D" offers the convenience of an attached garage and breezeway. The discriminating builder will appreciate the possibilities offered by these small modern homes.

«» BED ROOM ADDITION .... 2,450 CU. FT.

DESIGN F

DESIGN G


Designed effectively along simple modern lines, this home provides five large cross-ventilated rooms fuily equipped with all conveniences. Plans provide either basement or utility room.

8/ze adore. HAS USABLE ATTIC SPACE

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«» Blue·print plaru are available both &traight and rever$e for all homes shown in thi$ book.

L\VING !ZOOM 15'0" .. \'2.'0"

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PLAN I, WITH BASEMENT I7,095 CUBIC FEET

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PLAN 2 WITHOUT BASEMENT I3,250 CUBIC FEET Ceiling Height ............................ 8 Ft. Height of Basement, Plan I ................ 7 Ft.


Indicates walls of original home.

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OPPORTUNITY FOR A BED ROOM ADDITION

30'0" The plan of this attractive Colonial home is most interesting as the central hall enables one to enter directly to any room and the bath without passing through other rooms. It also provides an additional bedroom when required at some future date. The larger front porch is a feature desired by many. The kitchen and all rooms are fully equipped for comfort and convenience.

IN\NG 1<. 00 9'0\ 9'0"

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«» Ceiling Height .........•............ . ............ 8 Ft.

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ORIGINAL HOME ...... . ............. 18,900 CU. FT. BED ROOM ADDITION ............... 2,250 CU. FT.

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DESIGN A

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• CONCRETE BLOCK CONSTRUCTION

Four rooms, comfortably arranl!ed into a square, economical plan assure the builder maximum value for every dollar of construction cost. One has a choice of either a hip or gable roof design.

«» 13,340

CUBIC FEET

«» Ceiling Height . . .... 8 Ft. Height of Basement. . 7 Ft.

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LIVING ROOM 11 \3'(0 11 >< \'2'.J


6lhe ades

AS THE FAMILY GROWS SO GROWS THE HOME

B[D ROOM

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DINING

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The picture illustrates a pleasing and practical example of how the original efficiency home with one bedroom can be easily expanded to include three bedrooms. This home deserves careful study.

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Indicates wcdls of added bedrooms.

«» CUBIC CONTENTS OF ORIGINAL HOME ...... 12,870 CU. FT. CUBIC CONTENTS OF TWO ADDED BED ROOMS .................................... 4,215 CU. FT. Ceiling Height ................ 8 Ft. Height of Basement ............ 7 Ft.

ORIGINAL HOME


This complete five room home features the central hall which affords convenient access to all rooms. Bedrooms are cross-ventilated.

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Plan 2, designed for the South, has .a central heating hall and utility porch. Note dis· appearing stairway to attic.

UTILITY POR.Cf.\

«» LIVI NG ROOM IB'r.,".,_ 1\'.Y'

DINING ROOM

AC.KO R. -1

Ceiling Height ..... 8 Ft.

LIVI NG R OOM \B' 0",.. 1\'5''

DI NING R.OOM 1'2'0",_\ \':Y'

Height of Basement, Plan 1. .. . .. 7 Ft.

«» PLAN 1, WITH BASEMENT 20,880 CUBIC FEET

PLAN 2, WITHOUT BASEMENT 16,520 CUBIC FEET


Appealing and economical. Here is an attractive modern home with all space fully utilized for happy and comfortable living. The fireplace, large rooms, utility kitchen and commodious closets are worthy features.

6lhe abars. A FIJ'E ROOM HOME

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PLAN 2, WITHOUT BASEMENT BUT INCLUDING UTILITY ROOM I3,960 CUBIC FEET

PLAN I, WITH BASEMENT I8,665 CUBIC FEET

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ADD A BED ROOM- ADD A PORCH

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A four-room cottage with the efficiency of five. The large front closet can he used for the stora11:e of a disappearing single bed to he placed in the living room at night. The floor plan illustrates how the future bedroom and porch may he added.

PORCH

ADDITION IO'O'x12'0"

LIVING ROOM

DINETTE

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CUBIC CONTENTS OF ORIGINAL HOME ........ 13,980 CU. FT. CUBIC CONTENTS OF BED ROOM ADDITION ... 2,6-!0 CU. FT. CUBIC CONTENTS OF PORCH ADDITION . . . . . . 720 CU. FT. Ceiling Height. ....... 8 Ft. Height of Basement ........ 7 Ft.


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A CHOICE OF THREE PLANS

SPACE. ~ 27'0"

Designed in a modern attractive manner with large view window, fully equipped kitchen and all household conveniences. A comfortable home for a man and wife. Also consider its use as a guest home. Planned for the addition of a future bedroom to each plan.

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28'0" CUBIC CONTENTS PLAN I, 10,840 CU. FT. PLAN 2, 7,700 CU. FT. PLAN 3, 7,700 CU. FT.

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«» CEILING HEIGHT FOR ALL PLANS ...... 8 FT.

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Height of Basement, Plan I .......... 7 Ft.

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16,650 CUBIC FEET Ceiling Height, J,t Floor .... 8 Ft. Ceiling Height, 2nd Floor. . 8 Ft. Height of Ba>-ement ......... 7 Ft.

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This attractive modern brick home occupies small t:rround space, yet the rooms are lar~er and as fully equipped for comfot·tahle living as the most pretentious residence.

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Both homes illustrated are of Brick Construction. «»

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Ceiling Height, lst Floor .... 8 Ft. Ceiling Height, 2nd Floor ... 8 Ft. Height of Basement ......... 7 Ft.

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Traditionally COLONIAL in treatment, this brick home is a popular type because of its simplicity and its moderate cost. All rooms are fully equipped for modern comfort. -t~f 26 ~


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11,480 CUBIC FEET Ceiling Height, lst Floor ....... . 8'0" Ceiling Height, 2nd Floor .. . . . .. 7'6" Height of Basement . . . ... . . ... .. 7'0"

This effective little Colonial design with its well-planne d interior proves the fact that the square type of home offers most room space for the amount expended.

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Here is a traditional Colonial home of unusual merit. It is attractive, suit.ahle to a narrow lot and is planned with five large cross-ventilated rooms.

FIRST FLOOR


• CAN BE EXPAiVDED TO SEJIEN ROOMS

Designed attractively to be a complete borne for the small family, the future second floor rooms and added dining room are sufficient for the care of the growing family.

THE ORIGINAL HOME

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CUBIC CONTENTS OF ORIGINAL HOME 18,975 CU. FT.

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CUBIC CONTENTS OF 2ND FLOOR ADDITION 1,720 CU. FT.

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

Illustrating How Attic Space can be Converted to two Bed Rooms.

CUBIC CONTENTS OF DINING RM. ADDITION 2,350 CU. FT.

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dhe alber. A THRF.E ROOM HOME FOR A FAMILY OF TWO

A simple, compact little home of three rooms, suit· able for a bachelor or man and wife. The exterior owes its pleasing appearance to the skillful combina· tion of vertical siding and shingles, and the inclusion of a bay and low-roofed porch.

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WITHOUT BASEMENT 7,220 CUBIC FEET

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PLAN 1 WITH BASEMENT 10,965 CUBIC FEET

Ceiling Height ................... 8 Ft. Height of Basement, Plan 1 ........ 7 Ft.

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SECOND FLOOR GARAGE FLOOR

CEILING HEIGHTS: Garage .. . ... . 8 Ft., Apartments ....... 8 Ft. 14,890 CUBIC FEET

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GARAGE FLOOR

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CEILING HEIGHTS: Garage ....... 8 Ft., Apartment ....... 8 Ft. 11,850 CUBIC FEET

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CEILING HEIGHTS: Garage .. ..... 8 Ft., Apartment ....... 8 Ft. 10,580 CUBIC FEET


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SECOND FLOOR

CEILING HEIGHTS: Garage ....... 3 Ft., Apartment ....... 3 Ft. 10,780 CUBIC FEET

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CEILING HEIGHTS: Garage ....... 8 Ft., Apartment ....... 8 Ft. 14,300 CUBIC FEET


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A SMALL INCOME HOME

This two-apartment home should appeal to those who seek the financial advantages obtained through ownership of rentable property.

Each

apartment has four ample rooms with the efficiency of five. The building, particular-

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LIVING ROOM

economical cost.

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21,150 CUBIC FEET Ceiling Height, 1st Floor .......... 8 Ft. Ceiling Height, 2nd Floor ...... . .. 8 Ft. Height of Basement. ............... 7 Ft.

SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT


ACC.URATE PLANS ARE ESSENTIAL IN BUILDING A HOME HOME BUILDING is a complicated process in which a mistake means a loss in time, money and satisfaction. To build a satisfactory homewith no after regrets- we strongly recommend the use of carefully made, accurate blue-print working plans. It is essential, safe and economical to first construct the house on paper. Accurate plans and specifications must be submitted to a loaning agency for its approval when you apply for a mortgage loan on a new home. Years of

tion, rear elevation, sections and detailed

experience in house planning and construc-

drawings, all necessary framing plans. All

tion and an architectural department com-

WQrking plans are drawn to standard scales.

posed of skilled draughtsmen, architects,

Blue prints for each design are available.

EXPERIENCED DESIGNERS.

and engineers, are the elements upon which plans of the utmost accuracy and complete-

REVERSED PLANS. Obviously, a plan de-

ness in regard to design, strength, durability,

signed for a lot facing east will not result in

and comfort and home c.o nveniences, are

the best exposure when your lot fronts to

created.

the west. Plans of homes as illustrated in this book are available either as shown or

BLUE PRINT PLANS. Our blue print plans

reversed, as ma.y he required.

include the following complete drawings for each design: Basement or foundation plan, first floor plan, second floor plan, front elevation, right side elevation, left side eleva-

SPECIFICATIONS are statements of parti~ulan which tell what you are going to receive in materials and workmanship. Buildinr; eontraet forms are also available.

SUPPLEMENTARY DETAILS. Further supplementary details for any of our plans will be furnished upon request.

!Jndex

TO 82 HOME IDEAS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER DESIGN

PAGE

ABALO (Apartment Garage) ............................ (1 )............ 30 ABANT .............................................................. (2) ............ 1.4 ABARS ................................................................(2) ............ 23 ABERT ................................................................(2) ............ 12 ABEST ................................................................(2) ............ 1· ABIDE ................................ :............................... (2) ............ 20 ACARS (Apartment Garage) ............................ (1 )............ 31 ACCOT (Garage House) .................................... (1 )............ 31 ACKOR .............................................................. (2) ............ 22 ACLER* .............................................................. (3) ............ 2.4 ACOLE .............................................................. (3) ............ 25 ADALE* ............................................................ (3) ............ 28 ADCAR ............................................................... (1 )............ 26 ADES* ................................................................(2) ............ 21 ADGER (Apartment Garage) ............................ (1 )............ 30 ADOCK* .......................................................... (.4) ............ 9 ADORE ................................................ ,............. (2) ............ 18 ADROW ............................................................ (1 )............ 27 AFORD* ............................................................ (2) ............ 5 AGAL T (Apartment Garage) ............................ (1 )............ 30 AGERT ............................................................... (1 )............ 27 AGILS ................................................................ (2)............ 3 AGRUS (Apartment Garage) ............................ (1) ............ 31

DESIGN

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AIDER* .............................................................. (2) ............ 19 AlMER ............................................. ,.................. (2) ............ 6 ALANE-A* ...................................................... (2) ............ 16 ALANE-B* ...................................................... (2) ............ 17 ALANE-C* ...................................................... (2) ............ 17 ALANE-D* .............................................. :....... (2) ............ 16 ALANE-E* ...................................................... (2) ............ 16 ALANE-F* ...................................................... (2) ............ 17 ALANE-G* ...................................................... (2) ............ 17 ALBER ................................................................ (2) ............ 29 ALBON* ............................................................ (2)............ 8 ALCAN .............................................................. (1 )............ 26 ALDIS* .............................................................. (3) ............ .4 ALLIS-A ............................................................ (1 )............ 10 ALLIS-B ............................................................ (1 )............ 11 ALLIS-C ............................................................ (1 )............ 11 ALLIS-D ............................................................ (1 )............ 11 ALLIS-E ............................................................ (1 )............ 11 ALMAR .............................................................. (2) ............ 15 AMBIT ................................................................ (2)............ 2 AMNOR (Duplex Home) .. :................................. (l ) ............ 32 ANDER .............................................................. (2) ............ 13 ANGOL ..........................................................~.(2) ............ 7

*Indicates homes designed to provide for future enlargement. NOTE: figure' in parenthesis after nome of design indicates nuiT'I'ber of various plan possibilities available for that design.


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Small Homes Keyed to the Times Secor Lumber Company 1946