Crossplan House

Isaac Kremer/ January 9, 2021/ / 0 comments

The floor-plan perimeter is cross-shaped in this irregularly massed, 2- or 21/2-story structure with multiple-gable roof. The longer axis is usually perpendicular to the street, the shorter crossaxis parallel. Floor plans and chimney placements vary in what is a late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century builder form. L-shaped shed—like front and side porches are common. The crossaxis is not always fully developed. (Jakle, 1989)

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