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    House Style - Bay-and-gable

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    BAY AND GABLE. The most prominent feature is the large bay window that usually covers more than half of the front of the house, surmounted by a gable roof. The classic bay and gable is a red brick semi-detached structure that is two and a half storeys tall, though many variations also exist. It was one of the most common forms of house built in late nineteenth and early twentieth century Toronto.

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A bay-and-gable is a distinct architectural style of house that is ubiquitous in the older parts of Toronto, Canada. The most prominent feature is the large bay window that usually covers more than half of the front of the house, surmounted by a gable roof. en.wikipedia.org/...

Toronto "Bay and Gable" houses

This bay and gable Victorian house is located at 24 Hazelton Avenue in the neighborhood of Yorkville, Toronto.

Semi-detached houses in the Annex, Toronto

American Dream --> D.C. dream: all I want is a cute little rowhouse with bay windows and a patio for grillin out. And a porch like Sesame Street.

12 x 12 writer's studio. Screen doors open out, French doors open in. Nice to have lights by the door. High open ceiling.

1905-1930: American Bungalow. The Bungalow is an all American housing type, but it has its roots in India. In the province of Bengal, single-family homes were called bangla or bangala. British colonists adapted these one-story thatch-roofed huts to use as summer homes. The space-efficient floor plan of bungalow houses may have also been inspired by army tents and rural English cottages. The idea was to cluster the kitchen, dining area, bedrooms, and bathroom around a central living area.

Custom Linen Built-In for Master Bath

why don't they make craftsman style homes on this side of the country?