Florence Morning News, June 13, 1971, Page 29

Florence Morning News

June 13, 1971

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Issue date: Sunday, June 13, 1971

Pages available: 39

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1971, Florence, South Carolina HOUSE OF THE WEEK FLORENCE MORNING NEWS SUNDAY, JUNE 9-C Open Floor Plan 'Enlarges' Ranch MORE DETAILED PLANS Full study plan Information on this archlloci- deilgned House ol The Wook In obtainable In a 50-cent baby blueprint which you can order with thli coupon. Also, we have available three helpful booklets at Home-How to Build, Buy or Sell "Ranch Including 24 of the most pop- ular homes that have appeared In the feature, and "Practical Home which tells you how to handle 35 common house problems. House of the Week I Florence Morning News Florence, S. C. 29501 Enclosed Is 50 cents each lor_____baby blueprints ol Dasign No. L-2.............................................. Enclosed is lor RANCH HOMES booklet................. Enclosed is lor YOUR HOME booklet................_____ I Enclosed Is for PRACTICAL HOME REPAIRS......______ I Name______ 1 Street ___ Icily______ State. .Zip. IJy ANDY LANG ModcHl enough to permit placement on most suburban lots, this charming house creates, on (he outside, an im- pression of conlness and, pn Ihc Inside, an illusion of much more space limn the 1502 square feel actually enclosed. H's an L-shaped ranch, pleasantly combining stone veneer and board and batten siding, with a sheltered porlico adding to the over all picture of quiet comfort. Architect Samuel Paul has successfully met the challenge of stretching the most out of a design to pro- vide more for less. A spacious central reception foyer leads to a roomy 20' by 13' family room kitchen, a warm spacious area for in- formal activity and informal dining. The kitchen area itself is a homemaker's delight, pro- viding an abundance of cabinet and counter space arranged in an efficient U-space and con- taining space for all the modern appliances now available. There are windows on two sides providing good ventilation and light. Adjacent. to kitchen is a conveniently Jlocaled laundry-mudroorn and access to the garage, the outside and the basement, all located In one convenient spot. To the rear of the foyer, is the real "stretcher" of the home the 20' by 19'

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