A New Printing of the 1865 Country Homes.


WOODWARD'S
house plans.
COUNTRY HOMES

BY
GEO. E. WOODWARD,
Architect and Civil Engineer.
AUTHOR OF "Woodward's Architecture and Rural Art,"
No. One & No. Two.

house plans.

house plans.

house plans.

"A practical work, with 150 Designs and Plans of Country Houses of moderate cost, with illustrated description of the manner of constructing Balloon Frames." 34 building designs with perspectives and 72 floor plans, including cottages, country houses, stone stable and coach house, farm cottages, timber cottages, rural church, school house, carriage house, and farm buildings, also fence and gate designs...

Originally published in New York, 1865, by Geo. E. Woodward.
New Printing, 2001, Merrymeeting Archives, LLC.
188 pages, Spiral-bound book, 5"x8".

Chapter Description
INTRODUCTION.
Domestic Architecture and Embellishment.
Text.
DESIGN I.
A Laborer's Cottage, on Estate Grounds, the Palisades in New Jersey.
Text and Illustrations 1)Front Elevation 2) End Elevation 3) First Floor 4) Second Floor
DESIGN II.
A Small Frame Cottage
Text and Illustrations 5) Front Elevation 6) Side Elevation 7) First Floor 8) Second Floor
DESIGN III.
A Compact Frame Cottage.
Text and Illustrations 9) Front Elevation 10) Side elevation 11) Basement Plan 12) First Floor 13) Second Floor
DESIGN IV.
A Rural Cottage of moderate extent.
Text and Illustrations 14) House Perspective 15) Basement Floor 16) First Floor 17) Second Floor 18) First Floor Enlarged
DESIGN V.
A Gardener's Cottage, Roslyn, Long Island.
Text and Illustrations 19) House Perspective View 20) First Floor 21) Chamber Floor
DESIGN VI.
Stone Stable and Coach House, on the Hudson.
Text and Illustrations 22) House Perspective 23) Ground Plan
DESIGN VII.
A Farm Cottage.
Text and Illustrations 24) House Perspective View 25) Cellar 26) First Floor 27) Second Floor
DESIGN VIII.
Design for a Timber Cottage.
Text and Illustrations 28) House Perspective View 29) Cellar 30) First Floor 31) Second Floor
DESIGN IX.
Design for a Rural Church, Western Shore of Lake George.
Text and Illustrations 32) Church Perspective 33) Floor Plan
DESIGN X.
A Suburban Cottage.
Text and Illustrations 34) House Perspective 35) Basement Plan 36) First Floor 37) Second Floor
DESIGN XI.
An Ornamental Summer House.
Text and Illustrations 38) Summer House Perspective
DESIGN XII.
Stable and Carriage House.
Text and Illustrations 39) Stable Perspective 40) Stable Plan
DESIGN XIII.
A Model Cottage.
Text and Illustrations 41) Elevation 42) Plan 43) First Floor 44) Second Floor
DESIGN XIV.
A Cottage Stable.
Text and Illustrations 45) Cottage Stable Perspective 46) Plan
DESIGN XV.
Design for an Ice House.
Text and Illustrations 47) Ice House Perspective 48) Ground Plan
DESIGN XVI.
A Suburban Cottage.
Text and Illustrations 49) House Perspective 50) Basement Plan 51) First Floor 52) Second Floor
DESIGN XVII.
Stable and Carriage House.
Text and Illustrations 53) Stable Perspective 54) Stable Plan
DESIGN XVIII.
School House at Irvington, on the Hudson.
Text and Illustrations 55) School House Perspective 56) Principal Floor
DESIGN XIX.
A Regular Country House, near Goshen, Orange County, N.Y.
Text and Illustrations 57) House Perspective View 58) Cellar 59) First Floor 60) Second Floor
DESIGN XX.
A Country Chapel.
Text and Illustrations 61) Church Perspective 62) Ground Plan
DESIGN XXI.
An Old House Remodeled, New Jersey Dutch Farm House Type.
Text and Illustrations 63) View of the House at the time of Purchase 64) The same house remodeled 65) Ground Floor 66) Chamber Floor
DESIGN XXII.
Coach House and Stable.
Text and Illustrations 67) Stable Perspective 68) Plan
DESIGN XXIII.
Fences.
Text and Illustrations 69) Substantial Fence with a Paneled Base 70) A More Elaborate Fence, with a Stone or Brick Base
DESIGN XXIV.
Plans of the Residence of C.F. Park, Esq.
Northern End of Palisades, Western Side of the Hudson
Text and Illustrations 71) First Floor 72) Second Floor 73) Third Floor
DESIGN XXV.
Carriage House and Stable.
Text and Illustrations 74) Stable Perspective 75) Stable Plan
DESIGN XXVI.
Residence of T. H. Stout, Esq.
Irvington, on the Hudson.
Text and Illustrations 76) Residence of T. H. Stout, Esq., Irvington, on the Hudson 77) Cellar 78) First Floor 79) Second Floor
DESIGN XXVII.
A Chapter on Gates.
Text and Illustrations 80) Truss applied to Wooden Gate 81) Gate to One of Finest Estates above Tarrytown 82) Similar Gate 83) Gate 84) Gate at New Windsor, N.Y., Parsonage 85) Brace Detail 86) Gate in Newburgh Bay 87) 88) and 89) Hinge Detail 90) Farm Gate 91) Screw with Eye Hook 92) Elevation of Oak Entrance Gate 93) Gate Plan
DESIGN XXVIII.
Mr. Tristram Allen's House at Ravenswood, N.Y., Enlarged.
Text and Illustrations 94) House Perspective 95) Basement 96) First Floor 97) Second Floor 98) Attic
DESIGN XXIX.
Plans of the Residence of L. M. Ferris, Esq., South of Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Text and Illustrations 99) First Floor 100) Second Floor
DESIGN XXX.
A Model Suburban Cottage, in the Old English or Rural Gothic Style, located at Montrose, on Hempstead Harbor, near Roslyn, Long Island.
By Frederick S Copley, Artist, Tompkinsville, S.I.
Text and Illustrations 101) House Perspective 102) First Floor 103) Second Floor 104) Attic and Roof 105) Basement and Cellar
DESIGN XXXI.
Head Stone.
Text and Illustrations 106) Head Stone
BALLOON FRAMES. Text and Illustrations 107) Isometrical Perspective View of the Balloon Frame 108) Floor Plan 109) Elevation Section - manner of nailing 110) Upper Edge of Joist 111) Side Elevation - Manner of splicing sills - Manner of splicing studs 112) End Elevation 113) Isometrical Perspective Balloon Frame 114) Three Story Building 115) Joist notched down on plate 116) Side girt not gained in for small unplastered buildings 117) Inside lining - answers the same purpose as a side girth 118) Joist bearing on sill 120) Diagonal Ribs for Vertical or Battened Siding 121) Showing lengthwise and crosswise manner of tying frame 122) Manner of Framing Large Barns
DESIGN XXXII.
How to Remodel an Old Farm House, Author's House, Boiling Spring, New Jersey.
Text and Illustrations 123) View of the Old Farm House 124) Plan of the old House 125) The old Farm House Re-modeled, Residence of George E. Woodward 126) Plan of First-floor improved 127) Plan of Second-floor 128) Original Plan of Two Acres 129) Plan of Two Acres improved 130) Old Plan of Barn 131) New Plan of Barn 132) The old Well House 133) The old Well House improved 134) The old Gate 135) The New Entrance
DESIGN XXXIII.
Design for a Country House or Parsonage, by Rev. P. D. Oakey, Jamaica, N.Y.
Designs for Three Ice Houses.
Text and Illustrations 136) House Perspective 137) Cellar 138) First Floor 139) Second Floor 140) First Floor differently arranged 141) Ice House 142) Ice House 143) Ice House
DESIGN XXXIV.
A Country House.
Designs for Three Ice Houses.
Text and Illustrations 144) House Perspective 145) Cellar 146) First Floor 147) Second Floor 148) Ice House 149) Ice House 150) Ice House

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