LTParis wrote:My first post is a ID post. We are about to close on our first home, a 1930 Colonial in Kingston NY that was a big Dutch settlement. However most Dutch Colonials that I have seen have a gambrel roof. However this home looks more like a modern colonial.
My house is a Twenties-era Dutch Colonial "Revival" and does not have the gambrel roof so common to the breed. I don't think a house must have a gambrel roof to be considered a Dutch Colonial, but it sure helps when you're trying to put a label to the style of a particular house.
LTParis wrote:What in the heck is the name when you have windows protruding from the roof line? One thing we were considering is making a master suite/bath on the top floor that has a bonus/wreck room right now and we would desire more lighting.
Don M wrote:I like all the built-ins you have in this house; very nice. The house appears to have been well maintained. Did someone break the top to the toilet? You might be able to locate a replacement or make one from wood & paint or stain it.
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