The Brockton (1939–1952) is a tiny Minimal Traditional — the essence of simplicity. The eaves are close, the gabled roofline about as simple as possible, and it has basic six-over-one double hung windows. Despite the unassuming exterior, it offers small, but reasonable interior rooms. To people right after WWII accustomed to living in a barracks, foxhole, or war workers' one-room apartment, it must have seemed palatial.
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