What Is Your Dream Home?

Are you hesitant on the purchase of a new home because you are unsure of what exactly your dream home would entail? Take this quiz to find out which dream home is best for you!

Erica Lynn Patchen- Real Estate Broker
On Dec 10, 2018

How do you enjoy spending your days off?

How do you typically spend your time at home?

What would your friends say is your best attribute?

What is your favorite color?

How would you describe your personal style?

What part of town do you prefer to live in?

If you could travel anywhere, what would be your destination?

What's your favorite room in your home?

How often are you home?

Do you typically have company in your home?

Colonial House

Colonial House

This style of two-story house has been a mainstay of residential architecture for many years. These are generally well-built houses, with many being custom built. Their main appeal seems to be the spaciousness and elegance.


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Ranch House

Ranch House

The Ranch House is a domestic architectural style originating in the United States. The ranch house is noted for its long, close-to-the-ground profile, and minimal use of exterior and interior decoration. The houses fuse modernist ideas and styles with notions of the American Western period working ranches to create a very informal and casual living style.


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Victorian House

Victorian House

The Victorian style of house was built in various models during the turn of the last century. Home buyers appreciate the architectural nuances of Victorian houses including large porches and interesting bay windows.


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Craftsman House

Craftsman House

Sharing characteristics of Bungalow and Prairie styles and sometimes influenced by the building techniques of the Far East, Craftsman home plans typically feature a low pitched roof with multiple intersecting gables. Often the façade will include more than one gable end, with triangular knee braces lending interest. Wide eaves with exposed rafter tails are a hallmark of Craftsman style, along with hefty “battered” (tapered) piers that support the ubiquitous front porch. Though most Craftsman homes are constructed of wood, the piers may be crafted from stone or brick. Together with the low profile and the tapering piers, the use of natural materials gives the Craftsman home an organic feel. Inside, craftsman floor plans have few hallways, with rooms flowing one into another. A high level of detail is designed to increase functionality, with useful features such as built-in benches and cabinetry.


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Cottage

Cottage

A cottage house is typically, a small house. The word comes from England where it was originally a house that had a ground floor with a lower level of bedrooms which fit within the roof space. In many places the cottage home is a small old-fashioned house. In modern times a cottage is usually a modest, often cozy dwelling, typically in a rural or semi-rural location.


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Bungalow

Bungalow

Bungalow homes are a subset within the Arts and Crafts movement (1895 to 1935), which grew from a reaction to the ornate Victorian architecture of 1870 to 1900. Embracing simplicity, handiwork, and natural materials, bungalows are the definition of coziness. Bungalows are often one-and-a-half stories, with low-pitched roofs, shallow "shed" dormers and deep porches. Heavy stone porch supports, columns that taper as they ascend, and wide projecting eaves are all typical appointments of bungalows, as are exposed eave brackets. Exterior materials include natural siding, stone, and/or stucco.


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Tuscan House

Tuscan House

The hallmarks of Tuscan style home plans are stucco exteriors and low pitched barrel tile roofs. Tuscan house plan designs may include arched windows, raised entries and a courtyard. The more palatial Tuscan house plans are tremendously well appointed with the finest of details.


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Modern House

Modern House

Modern house plans offer clean lines, simple proportions, open layouts and abundant natural light, and are descendants of the International style of architecture, which developed in the 1920's. Flat or shallow-pitched roofs, large expanses of glass, strong connections to outdoor space, and spare, unornamented walls are characteristics of Modern house plans. The lot is often incorporated into the Modern style home, turning outdoor space into alfresco living rooms.


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