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These homes often have flat rooflines, are asymmetrical and may feature several different materials on the exterior of the home. Other styles that are included in this category are Art Deco, Mid-Century Modern and Shed.
Colonial-style houses are rectangular and symmetrical with shuttered windows and a brick or siding exterior. This category includes Cape Cod, Dutch Colonial, Georgian, Adams/Federal and Regency styles.
Often looking like fairy-tale houses, European styles feature steep roofs, stone work, ornate trim work and turrets or towers. Included in this category are Tudor, French Country, Victorian and Second Empire styles.
These homes are popular in the western region of the U.S. They have tiled roofs, a stucco exterior and usually have arched doorways or windows.
Popular in the post-war boom of the 40s and 50s, these houses have a wide-spread footprint and feature big windows and porches. Other styles in this category include Split Level, Beach and Farm houses.
Traditional homes are usually a mix of architectural styles with brick, siding or stone exteriors and complex and pointy rooflines.
These homes are made with natural materials (like wood, stone and brick) and have flat rooflines with covered porches. This category also includes Bungalow and Prairie homes.