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tommybluez
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Location: Buffalo, NY

Name that style!

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Hi Everyone,

New guy here... recently purchased a house built in 1902 in Buffalo's old Front Park/Columbus Park area.

I am really curious as to what "style" the house would be considered.

I am leaning toward American Foursquare, however, most all information I can find on the web -- these were "kit" homes that were always single family homes.

This house I am purchasing is a side by side duplex. It's very symmetrical, with each unit having a front and back staircase that runs the middle of the house. Based on research, it was built as a two family home.

Can anyone tell me if this would be considered a foursquare or another style?

Appreciate any input!
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jainnipun
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Re: Name that style!

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tommybluez wrote:Hi Everyone,

New guy here... recently purchased a house built in 1902 in Buffalo's old Front Park/Columbus Park area.

I am really curious as to what "style" the house would be considered.

I am leaning toward American Foursquare, however, most all information I can find on the web -- these were "kit" homes that were always single family homes.

This house I am purchasing is a side by side duplex. It's very symmetrical, with each unit having a front and back staircase that runs the middle of the house. Based on research, it was built as a two family home.

Can anyone tell me if this would be considered a foursquare or another style?

Appreciate any input!
So much like it....

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