With the simplicity that epitomized the architectural styles of the Post-Victorian period, the American Foursquare, or “Prairie Box,” was designed as a comfortable, unadorned house – free of turrets, gingerbread-detailed porches, and dramatic ornamentation. Technically, it is a square-shaped two-story structure usually with a four-room-over-four-room floor plan, a central dormer, a full-width or partial front porch, hip roof, large windows, and wide stairs.
This stunning home has gracious porches, beautiful details inside & out, and that sense of ʺa certain something special”.
Interior photography coming soon!
Ron Brenner Architects