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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by webdog, Sep 24, 2007.
I forgot Split Level (what I live in)
Tri level ranch...
Just a 105-year-old, one story house (with add-ons). I didn't know it had a special name. LOL
I live in a century-old house, too, but with all of the modern updates. It's a cape cod.
That would make it a ranch. Not the salad dressing, either...
We live in a farm ranch - it's a ranch with a second story over one part of the house.
Ranch I guess. It's one story, 3 bedroom, bedford stone... 30 yrs old..
1100 sf mobile home.
Hoping for more in the next couple/three years!
I dont even know waht Cape Cod means or a bungalow really, not in stylistic terms. I just live in a parsonage.
Thanks for asking, I felt like the only one who didn't know.
I don't know what you call ours. It's a 100-year old, two story parsonage with a basement.
Here's a Cape Cod style home:
For a bungalow, those are usually tiny houses that originally were used as summer homes and didn't have insulation or heat. They would most probably have a living area, eat in kitchen, bathroom and a bedroom or two and a porch.
I own what they call a New Englander.... in New England.
I don't know, it is just a plain old house (one floor, no split levels). It does have all pine walls.
I live in a split level rock house.
Tee pee. The floor is not split, but it is a little sloped on one end. One fireplace in the middle. The siding is getting a little old.... can't seem to find much buffalo anymore. :laugh:
I'm not sure what you'd call mine, but with 4 daughters, I call it TOO SMALL!