I'm not trying to get preachy about architecture but I'll tell you, people are usually pretty impressed when you can point out architecture styles. And once you know which house is what it's easy to keep them straight.
Today's featured style is the American Four Square, which is what the Behemoth is.
The American Four Square is a style of house that was popular between 1890-1930.
The easiest way to distinguish a Four Square is it's large, boxy style. They were built with this shape to utilize as much of their city lots as possible.
A Four Square is literally a box, it's simple style is why I commonly refer to the Behemoth as "just a four square."
The Behemoth incorporates many of the standard Four Square features.
The interior of a Four Square is categorized by four major rooms on both floors. Kitchen, dining room, living room & foyer on the first floor with four bedrooms on the second floor. Bathrooms, closets & stairwells take additional space but the inside is dominated by the main rooms.
So there you have it, the American Four Square, next time you're driving down the street and see a big, boxy house you'll be able to smile, point and say Four Square!