Charles F. Glore House

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Charles F. Glore House

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I am wondering if anyone has been in the Glore house? If so, perhaps they can share their opinion?



It seems like a competitive frontrunner to today

fan

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It is a very nice house, and well situated. I have been through my fair share of flw houses. This one is my favorite. The owner was nice enough to allow tours last summer (2004).



This Old House toured the house in the spring of 2003.

Guest

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But do you think this house design achieves competitiveness with the Mcmansions they are building these days? For example, are the bedrooms and bathrooms in the Glore House very large compared to other Usonians?

Fan

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The main living areas are like what you might find, except the kitchen. The kitchen is large, but not central to the house. The bedrooms are a nice size, but not large. The living room and site are the best.

Guest

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would it be possible to cease using the term: "McMansions"?

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