A house in Salt Lake City, Utah. http://susanrudat.blogspot.com/
As usual, Susan, a nice drawing with your usual brilliant use of line work. I am intrigued by your house as I have spent a lot of time, in my past life, studying architectural drawings and buildings and have always been fascinated by the way houses are assembled. Your drawing shows a bungalow which would not look out of place in our neck of the woods. Is your house a modern construction and is the chimney used for modern central heating or a traditional fireplace? In these parts many areas are covered with buildings exactly the same as this one.
My interest in buildings comes in handy. We once stayed in a cottage, in the south west of Scotland, which had been renovated for the tourist trade. Before I set foot in it I knew something was wrong as it had windows built into the gable ends which also had chimneys. It seems that the chimneys had been built over and the whole of the inside, of the building, has been studded and built over with plasterboard – drywall to you guys. This made the interior tiny when compared with the outside. The owner even had to get special furniture to fit inside. Sorry to go on. Just a wee hobby of mine probably born of countless hours studying the architecture here in Edinburgh. Keep up the good work!
ps watch out for the ivy near the roof line. Bad news!
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