Central Hallway Farmhouse, Johnson County

The shingled gables give this house a slight Folk Victorian feel. It’s one of myriad variations on the central hallway plan. The attached, off-side kitchen is an unusual surviving feature. Most kitchens were located behind the main house and attached via enclosed hallway later in a house’s history. Houses like this usually date from the 1880s-1920s.


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