Four Square Economical to build, these two-story square homes with hipped or gable roofs saw great popularity in the U.S. in the years after 1900. The boxy, four-room-over-four-room homes frequently had a dormered attic and a wide front porch.

Four Square Economical to build, these two-story square homes with hipped or gable roofs saw great popularity in the U.S. in the years after 1900. The boxy, four-room-over-four-room homes frequently had a dormered attic and a wide front porch.

This house may be familiar to many Americans, for this fashion stretches from coast to coast and survives in many forms. A generous front porch is covered by a hip roof, where a hipped dormer allows light into the attic space. The continuous eave line confidently surrounds the structure and maintains its low profile.

This house may be familiar to many Americans, for this fashion stretches from coast to coast and survives in many forms. A generous front porch is covered by a hip roof, where a hipped dormer allows light into the attic space. The continuous eave line confidently surrounds the structure and maintains its low profile.

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