With roots dating back to 1675, Cape Cod was a popular style for homes built in the 1930s. Typically one story (sometimes 1-1/2 stories) the Cape Cod-style features a steep roofline, wood siding, multi-pane windows, and hardwood floors. Original cape cod-style homes were fairly small, and they often boast dormer windows for added space, light, and ventilation.
If you’re in need of more space, an addition to your current Cape Cod house plans can go on the side or back depending on the site. Many original Cape Cod-style homes did not have a finished space upstairs, so you may find that the upstairs area is either incomplete or previously remodeled and can easily be changed to fit your needs.
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