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The Albemarle can be called a 'precious' house, based on what Thomas Jefferson referred to in his notes on the 'three part house.' 

An octagon overlooking the garden side of the house (the side away from the entry side) was preferred by Jefferson to maximize space usage. He used the same plan configuration when he built the Music Parlor at Monticello. 

The Albemarle was developed from Jefferson's own drawings and is a masterpiece in spacious living. It may also be adapted for situations requiring a separate apartment alternative. The garage shown in the rendering is another Traditional American Concepts offering (contact us for more information). The addition of the garage gives a greater amount of space with possible provisions for an office for a home business or a dry place for the kids to play on rainy days.