Adam-Federal Style Home Plans

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Adam-Federal house plans have their origins in the classical formality of the post-colonial period. Noted for its simplicity, symmetry, and grace, the style evolved from the work of English architect Robert Adam. Adam-Federal floor plans are generally rectangular or square, with two or three stories under a side-gable or hipped roof. Commonly built of brick, they may also feature clapboard siding. Their most distinctive feature is their symmetry: Adam-Federal home designs feature either one or two columns of windows on either side of a central door, which is accented by a fanlight and pediment or a more elaborate one-story portico. There may be a three-part or Palladian window above the door on the second floor.

The interior design reflects the home's exterior symmetry, with large rooms well-lit by the abundance of windows. Perfectly at home in the finest neighborhoods, Adam and Federal home plans are guaranteed to delight history lovers as well as those with a taste for impressive style.

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    3 Bedrooms
    2 Full Baths
    1 Story
    2 Garage Bays
    Square Feet: 1,727
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    2 Full Baths
    1 Story
    2 Garage Bays
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    4 Bedrooms
    3 Full Baths
    2 Stories
    2 Garage Bays
    Square Feet: 3,940
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