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Octagon shaped home, love the wrap around porch!

The Octagon House

Octagon House Plans Vintage custom Octagonal Home design and building blueprint books

How sweet would this be for a library on our farm...

Temple of the Winds built by James "Athenian" StuartThe Peak of Chic®: Historic Interiors

The Jenkins Octagon House is an historic octagon house in Duanesburg, Schenectady Co., New York. It was built about 1855 by noted master carpenter Alexander Delos "Boss" Jones. It is a two story, clapboard sided farmhouse with Greek Revival style features. It features innovative stacked plank construction, a low-pitched polygonal roof with a central chimney, a full entabulature circling the structure, & a one story porch with a hipped roof.

Jenkins Octagon House, NY Route Duanesburg, New York. Desiged and built by Alexander Delos "Boss" Jones, in

Barnes Octagon House - Waukon, IA   Constructed ca. 1865; stone Italianate style; 20 foot bedrock foundation, wall stones quarried from foundation.

Barnes Octagon House - Waukon, IA Constructed ca. 20 foot bedrock foundation, wall stones quarried from foundation.

This octagon house in     central Maine awaits restoration. Dormer windows are unusual for this style     house, which usually included a cupola.      -- Photo: Deb Holmes

This octagon house in central Maine awaits restoration. Dormer windows are unusual for this style house, which usually included a cupola.

1856 Camillus, N.Y. - Built by Isaiah and Ann Wilcox who came west to settle in Camillus.   Completed in 1856 of cobblestones, rubble and concrete with a stucco finish, each of its 8 sides is 17 feet long and 22 inches thick. 8 square rooms, 8 triangular room, and 10 closets take away the feeling of an octagonal house.   There were no descendants. Ann, Isaiah and their son and daughter were buried close in the Fairmount Cemetery. The Octagon House is now owned by The Town of Camillus.

Octagon house, Camillus, NY Been there.looks like it's been redone again.

Rent this Ornate Octagon House on the Hudson for $40,000 a Month

Rent this Ornate Octagon House on the Hudson for $40,000 a Month

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