This historic Virginia foursquare home received an addition and a restoration that focused on maintaining its classic proportions and characteristics.by Moore Architects, PC
Partial-width front porches are a common exterior characteristic of American foursquare homes. This Nashville residence also features Craftsman characteristics such as stone pedestals, a three-panel front door and square-tapered columns.by Tarl LaRocco Designs
American foursquare homes often have wide eaves with exposed rafter tails.by First Lamp
An offset front entrance on an otherwise symmetrical front facade is quite common on American foursquare-style homes that lack a formal foyer.by Carla Aston | Interior Designer
This residence pays homage to the foursquare's Craftsman influence. Historical characteristics include the home's dormer, brick porch pedestals, Prairie-style window muntins and ribbon driveway.by Brooks Ballard
A bunny weather vane adds a crowning touch to this classic American foursquare in Minneapolis.by Ron Brenner Architects
Symmetrical American foursquare style incorporates elements of Craftsman style, such as square-tapered columns.by Beaconstreet Builders, Inc.
Foursquares feature a simple floor plan that is typically quartered. They're most often two rooms deep by two rooms wide, with a traditional dining room and living room at the front of the house, separated by a foyer and staircase.by Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
The kitchen is always found in a back quarter of the first floor, leading to a backyard. You're also likely to find push-button light switches in authentic foursquares.by Jessica Helgerson Interior Design