By Rebekah Radice
The Cape Cod originated in the early 18th century and was originally brought over as half-timbered English houses. It was then remodeled to meet the colder weather found in New England.
Typically a one-and-a-half story dormered home, the Cape Cod features pretty side gables, a small overhang and sloped roof. Such a home has a strong owner who loves to relax and enjoy a structured home after a long and busy day. The Cape Cod owner is warm-hearted in nature and tries to create an atmosphere that’s in commune with the beautiful scenery around them.
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