I-House

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I-House

A house type or form brought over by colonists from England, the I-House was common in English communities. Defined by its tall, thin profile, common features include: two-story construction; side gable roof orientation; a rectangular, one-room-deep floor plan; and a symmetrical design with a central entry and three to five bays.

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