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Our new Haver

Postby Johnr » Sun Jul 31, 2011 4:27 pm

We are the excited new owners of a house we believe is a Haver house in Sun View Estates. Both Robert Haver and Alice Haver are in the chain of title. The house was built in 1954. It has many of the features that are in the Haver taxonomy, namely, low pitched roofline; red brick construction with beams; floor to ceiling windows in the front and back (nine pane configuration in the front, although it looks like four panes were broken out and just boarded over); back patio shade structure that is a natural extension of the roofline; plate glass casement windows; wooden bookshelf room divider 3/4 of the way to the roof separating the kitchen from the living room; red pigmented concrete floors; and a large red brick patio in a basketweave pattern.

A picture of the front is in the Sun View Estates page of the neighborrhood section, the seventh house down.

Also, earlier someone posted floor plans of two models in the Campus Homes neighborhood. Our house is nearly identical to the floor plan of the Highlander model.

I was wondering if anyone knows anything more about the house. We are embarking on an extensive remodel with Cavin Costello and Claire Aton of theranchmine.com. It's going to be interesting.

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