Five Over Four and a Door Zoom Reverse
HWBDO01789 $940 - 1,200
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This design is based on a house built in 1758 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, by Captain Gregory Purcell. Known also as the Samuel Lord House, for a later owner, it is most famous for twice being the temporary residence of John Paul Jones--while fitting out his warship, Ranger, in 1777, and while building America in 1781-1782. The beautiful Georgian facade is typically called "five over four and a door," describing the arrangement of windows. An elegant stairway leads to the front door and an entry flanked by the formal dining and living rooms, both with distinctive fireplaces. The family chef will delight in the wonderful kitchen, complete with an island cooktop, a pantry and a morning room with a built-in desk. The second floor offers three bedrooms, including a sumptuous master suite, while the optional lower level has space for a guest suite, a family room and a laundry or hobby room.
Primary Style Adam/Federal
Bedrooms: 3
Half Baths: 2
Baths: 2
Living Area: 3,459 sq.ft.
Width: 88'
Foundation: Finished Basement
Depth: 40' 8"
Stories: 2
Styles: Colonial
Garage Bays: 3


  • Fireplace
  • Front Porch
  • Country Kitchen
  • Formal Dining Room
  • Formal Living Room/Parlor
  • Office/Study/Den/Library
Heated/living area 3,459 sq. ft.
Foundations Finished Basement
Framing Wood - 2x6
Facade Siding
Roof material Unknown
Roof framing Conventional
Basement Living 1657 sq ft
First Floor 1807 sq ft/ height 9
Second Floor 1652 sq ft

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