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Home and Building, Volume 18 Number 1 (June 1955)

The Solution

page 32

The Solution

The living-dining area was placed on the upper floor to take advantage of the view and sun. The kitchen was provided with a servery with glass doors above bench level to increase the pleasant outlook from the working area. Shower, bath and W.C. are provided on the lower floor with a W.C. and basin on the main floor off the hall.

The owners' bedroom has outside access with steps down towards the tennis court, and Bedroom 2 is used during the day as the children's playroom. An automatic oil fired furnace has the grille in the floor of this room, but the thermostat is placed in the living room. From Bedroom 3 there is a door into the basement with convenient access to an outside door. Bedroom 4 has outside access close to the front door but this was planned for possible use by the owner's father who would thus have a place of retreat from the family when necessary.