Americans have always loved a great Cape Cod home. In 1938 when Life magazine asked households to pick their perfect place to reside, the Cape Cod design was one of those few chosen, even if compared to a original modern home by famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
The design visionary might have had good ideas and some quite attractive sketches, but he did not have countless years of building heritage and a classic kind realized by everybody. Cape Cod designs are simply as popular now, and will probably continue as among the country’s most enduring building styles.
These very first homes in the 1600s were un-adorned and functional, built for yearlong relaxation in the windy, cold Eastern Seaboard climate.