The Cape Cod house plan first emerged in New England in the late 17th century and kept its popularity until the mid 1800's. The Cape Cod house, also called the Cape-style house, is the simplest of all New England Colonial houses. Generally, a "Cape" is a rectangular frame house (usually shingled or clapboarded) with a straight unadorned ridge roof, and a massive chimney centrally located in line with the front entrance. The door opens onto a tiny entrance hall. The... More >>
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