Winged Shotgun House, Glenwood

This is an interesting vernacular form, which would normally be labeled a gabled-ell; in this example the main section, on the left, is a shotgun house, with another shotgun extension to the right.

1 thought on “Winged Shotgun House, Glenwood

  1. Rafe Semmes

    Interesting. I saw a church like this once, in San Luis Obispo, California: It too had two wings, joined by the altar in the center. Don’t know why it was built that way. Never seen another one like it.

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