Florida cracker architecture
Florida cracker architecture is a style of woodframe home used somewhat widely in the 19th century in Florida, United States, and still popular with some developers as a source of design themes. Florida cracker homes are characterized by metal roofs, raised floors, large porch areas (often wrapping around the entire home), and straight central hallways from the front to the back of the home (sometimes called "dog run" or "shotgun" hallways, similar to the shotgun house design).
- Bensen House in Grant, Florida
- Plumb House in Clearwater, Florida
- Winchester Symphony House in Eau Gallie, Florida
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- Valle, Erick (2005). "Florida Vernacular Architecture". Feature articles. Traditional Neighborhood Design. Archived from the original on 2006-05-19. Retrieved 2006-06-28.
- "Gallery: Florida Cracker Homestead". Exploring Florida: A Social Studies Resource for Students and Teachers. Florida Center for Instructional Technology,College of Education, University of South Florida. 2002. Retrieved 2006-06-28.
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