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Most of the Cape Cod homes you see today were built after World War II, when thousands of returning soldiers and their young families needed inexpensive housing.

The Cape Cod style fit the bill, and it was used to build some of the first major housing developments.

The word snug comes to mind when I think of the Cape Cod House.

These are efficient and economical houses, putting the one-story Basic House back in business.

The big, central chimney was literally the heart of the home: It provided heat to all the rooms clustered around it, as well as light and, of course, dinner.

Cedar shingles on the exterior and the roof also helped cut the cold. Everything about the Cape Cod style was adopted for its function rather than its form.

We layed new flooring down ourselves using Traffic Master Allure flooring at just

We layed new flooring down ourselves using Traffic Master Allure flooring at just $1.50/sq. It’s actually a vinyl plank flooring, a cheaper alternative to hardwood.

silk ikat through Brunschwig & Fils and Lee Jofa's Fairlight floral bring garden colors to the living room window seat, which is upholstered in Rogers & Goffigon's Delphina. The original architect-owner of the late-1930s house designed the living room around a Federal-period chimneypiece.

Aiduss prefers to keep the overmantel cabinet half closed, offering just a teaser of the papier-mâché seascape within.

Upstairs there may be dormers to add light to rooms built in what is essentially converted attic space. That strategy meant the house was more affordable to a larger audience, and as the buyer’s family grew and more space was required, the rooms upstairs could be finished to suit specific needs.

It was an intelligent marketing strategy, but it also meant that in your Cape Cod House, you may find the level of finish upstairs is of a lesser quality than the work downstairs.

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We layed new flooring down ourselves using Traffic Master Allure flooring at just $1.50/sq. It’s actually a vinyl plank flooring, a cheaper alternative to hardwood.silk ikat through Brunschwig & Fils and Lee Jofa's Fairlight floral bring garden colors to the living room window seat, which is upholstered in Rogers & Goffigon's Delphina. The original architect-owner of the late-1930s house designed the living room around a Federal-period chimneypiece.Aiduss prefers to keep the overmantel cabinet half closed, offering just a teaser of the papier-mâché seascape within.Upstairs there may be dormers to add light to rooms built in what is essentially converted attic space. That strategy meant the house was more affordable to a larger audience, and as the buyer’s family grew and more space was required, the rooms upstairs could be finished to suit specific needs.It was an intelligent marketing strategy, but it also meant that in your Cape Cod House, you may find the level of finish upstairs is of a lesser quality than the work downstairs.

.50/sq. It’s actually a vinyl plank flooring, a cheaper alternative to hardwood.

silk ikat through Brunschwig & Fils and Lee Jofa's Fairlight floral bring garden colors to the living room window seat, which is upholstered in Rogers & Goffigon's Delphina. The original architect-owner of the late-1930s house designed the living room around a Federal-period chimneypiece.

Aiduss prefers to keep the overmantel cabinet half closed, offering just a teaser of the papier-mâché seascape within.

Upstairs there may be dormers to add light to rooms built in what is essentially converted attic space. That strategy meant the house was more affordable to a larger audience, and as the buyer’s family grew and more space was required, the rooms upstairs could be finished to suit specific needs.

It was an intelligent marketing strategy, but it also meant that in your Cape Cod House, you may find the level of finish upstairs is of a lesser quality than the work downstairs.