Sawtooth Roof

As the name suggests, the roof resembles the side view of a saw blade creating various slopes and use for natural light and is an

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Saltbox Style

A saltbox house is a traditional New England style of house with a long, pitched roof that slopes down to the back, generally a wooden

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Saltbox Roof

The Saltbox roof is asymmetrical with one side similar to a sloping flat roof and the other side more of a lean-to roof. The extreme

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Ranch Style

Ranch style homes are one-story houses with an open and casual layout. The shape of the house is either rectangular or an “L” or “U”

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Pyramid Roof

A type of Hip roof, the Pyramid roof also comes to a point at the top having no vertical sides or gables. This style of

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Modern Style

The Modern house was most typically a post-and-beam structure with a flat or broad low-pitched gable or shed roof. Exposed structure, an expressive use of

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Mediterranean Style

Mediterranean-style homes, which resemble the aesthetic of Mediterranean villas, originated in the 1920s. … A blend of Spanish and Italian architecture, Mediterranean homes are dominant

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McMansion

McMansion is a term for houses between 5,000 and 10,000 square feet with grandiose entryways and multicar garages, often built on undersized lots in suburban

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Mansard Roof

Also known as a French roof, the Mansard style is a 4 sided roof with a double slope on each side which meet forming a

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Manufactured Housing

Manufactured housing refers factory-built homes that can be placed on a piece of land. Styles vary from modest trailers to dwellings that look like houses

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