Dutch Colonial

Collection by Paula Carr • Last updated 9 weeks ago


I love this style of home!

Paula Carr
Vintage house plans, gambrel roof, 1970s Get rid of the garage and make the family room into the master.


Vintage house plans, gambrel roof, 1970s Get rid of the garage and make the family room into the master.

cape cod house plan ... links to floorplan ... could use similar to extend

Plan 32457WP: Gambrel With Secluded Master Suite

A Gambrel roof and three dormers plus decorative shutters give this Cape Cod home plan its charm.Formal living and dining rooms flank the foyer giving you balanced proportions.The living room flows into the rear family room with its big fireplace.Beamed ceilings top both the kitchen and the breakfast area.Homeowners will enjoy the quiet master suite tucked into the rear of the home by itself.The master bath has a door that leads to the deck or screened porch.On the second floor, a balcony…

We have a gambrel with no dormers :( would love this shed style...  How to create a dormer in a roof with multiple pitches - Chief Architect Software Help

Creating a Dormer in a Roof with Multiple Pitches

Built around 1759, the Samuel Parsons House, on Main Street in Wallingford, once served as a tavern when stage coaches stopped there. Featuring many traditional colonial elements, the house is transitional in style because it also has features of the Georgian style, including its two chimneys and the way its rooms are arranged inside. Caleb Thompson bought the house in 1803 and built  coffins in his shop on the property. Owned by the Society since 1932, today the house is a museum.

Wallingford – Page 3 – Historic Buildings of Connecticut

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Basic shape (gambrel roof, dormers, porch)


This American style was first built in the New Amsterdam area, which is what we now call New York. A Dutch Colonial house has a Gambrel Roof(Barn type roof) was adopted from the English styles, with the addition of overhangs on the front and rear to protect the mud mortar used in the typically stone walls and foundations, gable type dormers, and usually a Porch. This house is in Putnam County, Carmel,NY.

Small Gambrel makes great use of upstairs space

Small Gambrel makes great use of upstairs space

Dutch colonial with attached garage

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dutch gambrel | Dutch Colonial, Gambrel Roofed, Hollow Road, Woodbury, CT