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Plan No. 124

1908 Bungalows by V. W. Voorhees of Seattle

This shingled, side-gabled bungalow with an inset shed dormer creates a wonderful balcony that, strategically placed on one of Seattle's hills with a view of Puget Sound, made it a show place. It wasn't an inexpensive house; the estimated cost of construction was $3200 in 1908. Given its generous footprint, it probably worked out to about $1.50 a square foot ... probably worth it considering the beamed ceilings and wainscoting in both the living and dining rooms, plus four bedrooms, a den, and a cement basement.

1908 Western Home Builder - No. 124

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