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French Normandy house
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French Normandy house plans are distinguished by a round stone tower topped by a conical (cone-shaped) roof. The tower is usually placed near the center, serving as the entrance to the home. However, the tower can be offset to either side of the main entrance, as a secondary design feature within the architectural theme. From the French chateaus, borrowed elements of steep roof pitches, high ridgelines, and dormers suggest the notion of a grand scaled estate. Half-timbering is another feature in french normandy house plans which suggest the tudor style but actually reflects the farmhouses across the Normandy countryside.
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