Of the many plan book companies that proliferated during the first several decades of the 20th century, Brown-Blodgett was one of the many smaller firms. This plan, designed by William M. Ingemann and Milton Bergstedt, is representative of the most popular style of the early Post-WWII period ... the Cape Cod. The footprint is just 600 sq. ft. with barely 337 sq. ft. upstairs. Systems and mechanicals as well a storage would have been housed in the basement.
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