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Reminiscent of early homes seen in the valleys of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this modest home will suit the tenure of the first-time home buyers. The Farmington was owned by the same family for generation after generation and changed shape with each passing. In many cases, as each new family member was added, the work for an additional room was begun.

Eventually, the original open porches were closed in, and what emerged was a shape and form of great practical use. The higher roof pitch helps to shed the winter snow of the mountains. Below, in the warmth of a fireplace, is the living room. This plan evolved from a response to practicality, a plan which can be enhanced with a full basement or the addition of one of Traditional American' s Garage plans.