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[Southern US]. Feldhaus, Hal.

Flounder Houses of Old Town Alexandria Where have all the flounders gone?

Do-It Publishing Group Alexandria, VA 1986 Octavo, pp. 29. Illustrated with in-text b/w drawings and centerfold map. With inscription and signed by the author.
A walking guide and survey of the existing "flounder" houses of the Old Town district of Alexandria, VA. The typical flounder house is a two or three story house with half a gable roof, that looks like half a house. The flat side of the house is often situated on the property line of the house lot. A rare look at an old regional building style, from the Old House Journal Reference Library.


Edition: First edition
Binding: Pamphlet
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 12311

Price: $15.00

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