Luxury Home Tour: Colorful Shingle-Style Summer Home
From the 1880s into the early 20th century, Shingle-style summer cottages dotted the New England countryside, built as getaways for the well-to-do. The quietly comfortable structures were typically 2,000-2,500 square feet, and the style tended to ramble, spreading out rather than up, with multiple outbuildings. Short on ornamentation, Shingle houses featured curved porches, steeply pitched roofs, towers, and the shingle siding that gives them their name.
Maison en bois au Cap Ferret pour grande famille
Grande maison en bois au Cap Ferret. Plus de photos sur Côté Maison http://petitlien.fr/7ihc