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Originated in 17th century New England, Cape Cod homes are generally one-and-a-half stories with a steep pitched roof.
Colonial style homes in America evolved from European influences.
Defining features include brick and stone exterior, arched doorways and combinations of tall, narrow windows with dark trim.
Clean lines, smooth surfaces and lots of light encompass the look of contemporary homes.
American Craftsman style and bungalows are variations of an affordable housing type that swept across America in the early twentieth century.
Prairie style homes usually have low-pitched roofs, horizontal lines and open interior spaces.
Ranch/Split-Level homes become popular as suburbia expanded to accommodate the growth of families in post-World War II America. Split-level is a variation of the raised Ranch style with a basement, main floor and upstairs.
Influences with Spain & Italy combine with North American design to create this style of home.
Victorian-era houses often include ornate décor with elaborate details, a multitude of trim and bold color palette.

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