Gothic cottage

Designed expressly for Godey’s Lady’s Book by Samuel Sloan, Architect, Philadelphia

This cottage is essentially gothic in its character. Its appointments indicate its suitableness to the habits of northern life. It is quite picturesque in appearance, and would form a  pleasant feature in almost any landscape.

The perspective view (floorplan)

Principal floor: A porch, 8 feet by 16 feet; B hall, 8 by 16 feet; C parlor, 18 by 16 feet; D sitting room, 18 by 16 feet; E dining room, 18 by 13 feet; F kitchen with store-room attached; G summer kitchen; H veranda. Second floor: I hall, J  J J chambers, K bedroom.

Antique Gothic cottage home design


About this story

Source publication: Godey's Lady's Book

Source publication date: 1862

Filed under: 1860s, Drawings & illustrations, Home & garden

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