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Porch Photo 54



Porch Photo 54
It is interesting and instructive to note the similarities and differences between this house and the one in Porch Photo #53. The wider main section here suits the more simple shape of its rectangular porch, while also steering away from the more Victorian style of house #53.

The steeper porch roof on this house complements the somewhat unusual but very effective intermediate roof below the main gable. Likewise, Traditional Spandrels, with their heavier turned spindles, are more appropriate for this home's heavier architectural lines. Each porch accommodates and enhances the overall architectural style of its house... and that's the hallmark of any successful porch!

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