Posted on December 17, 2007 by Richard Lander
Ever notice the fully enclosed front porch? It is one of the signs of an unrenovated house.
This range on Victor porches shows three Porch Types: the Enclosed Porch, the No Porch and the Sitting Porch.
Fully Enclosed Porch
Why do people enclose the front porch? Isn’t the purpose of a front porch to shelter people while they knock on your door to solicit funds for a worthy cause or bring their religion closer to your home or guests asking where they can park their car.
Newly Enclosed Porch
Variations on the Enclosed Porch
The Standard Portico Porch
The New Portico Porch
Hey Dude where did the rest of my Porch go?
The Inside Porch. Not really a porch, not really a portico
The No Porch. Fend for yourself against the elements
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Posted on November 14, 2007 by Richard Lander
What’s going on here?
Linda McGill and her parents used to live in this house. Linda’s mother said she was one of the oldest living resident on the street. Never saw a for sale sign but one day they were gone.
Workers have been on site for months now and no sign of a for sale sign.
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Posted on November 13, 2007 by Richard Lander
Posted on September 7, 2007 by Richard Lander
The theme today is enclosed porches. This is a renovated porch enclosure – enclosure yet architectural detail.
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