American four-square house

American four-square house

1. A one- or two-story house having a square floor plan consisting of four rooms (one in each corner), a hipped roof, and an off-center entry door; most popular from about 1905 to 1915.
2. A Prairie box, primarily in the years between about 1900 to 1920, having a low-pitched hipped roof and a symmetrical façade.
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It may be a modification of an American Four-Square house.

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