A structure attached to a building, forming a covered entrance to a home. A porch may also be enclosed by a screen, latticework, broad windows, or other light frame walls extending from the main structure.
A bungalow usually consists of one and a half stories with most of the living spaces on the ground floor, low-pitched roof and horizontal shape, living room at the center of the home and connecting rooms without hallways.
Characteristics include a steep roof with side gables, a small roof overhang and 1 or 1½ stories. They are also typically made of wood and covered in wide clapboard or shingles and have a symmetrical appearance with a door in the center.
A small building usually near a large residence or part of an estate, used for keeping coaches, carriages, or other vehicles. Many old carriage houses are used for secondary suites, guest houses, automobile garages, offices and workshops.
Homes that usually consist of a symmetrical façade, rectangular in shape, 2 to 3 stories. They also have, brick or wood siding, a gable roof, pillars and columns and have multi-pane, double-hung windows with shutters.
A row or twin home with ground floor rooms running sequentially from the front to the back of the house and without a hallway. To get from the front room to the back room requires walking through the middle room(s).
The master bedroom is located on the main level, and depending on the design, will share floor space with the kitchen, a family room, and at least one bathroom. Additionally, the other bedrooms are typically found on the lower level of the home.
A factory-assembled residence consisting of one or more modules, in which a chassis and wheels are an integral part of the structure, and can be readied for occupancy without removing the chassis and/or wheels.