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  1. Ranch
  2. Victorian
  3. Modern
  4. Cape Cod
  5. Bungalow
  6. Dutch Colonial
  7. Federal
  8. Cubic
  9. French
  10. English
  11. Farmhouse
  12. Contemporary
  13. International
  14. Prairie
  15. Neo-Electic
  16. Queen Anne
  17. Georgian
  18. Art Deco
  19. Tudor
  20. Counter culture
  21. Garrison
  22. Normandy
  23. Italianate
  24. Greek Revival
  25. Split Level
  26. Arts and Crafts
  1. a
    1925-1940
    Two to three stories
    Little ornamentation
    Rounded edges and large windows
  2. b
    1920-1960
    2 Stories
    Little or no ornamentation
    Factory-made parts
    Man-made materials such as metal and concrete
  3. c
    1965-Present
    2 Stories
    Constructed in the 1960s or later
    Historic styles imitated using modern materials like vinyl or imitation stone
    Details from several historic styles combined
  4. d
    1905-1930
    One to two stories
    Low-pitched gable roof
    Small porch
  5. e
    1837-1901
    2-3 Floors
    Gable Roof, Varying exterior colors
    Arches & Pediments
  6. f
    1625-1850's
    1 1/2 to 2 Stories
    Gambrel roof with flared eaves
    Symmetrical
    Shed hipped or gable dormers
  7. g
    1950-1980
    Large Overhang
    Single Floor
    Minimal Ornamentation
    Hipped or Gabld Roof
  8. h
    1676-Present day
    Second story over hang
    Pineapple and acorn ornamentations
    Windows on second floor typically smaller than first floor
  9. i
    1890-1940
    2 to 2 1/2 sotries
    Half timbering
    Steep roof lines with intersecting gables
    Casement windows
  10. j
    1900-1920
    Wide overhanging eaves
    Central chimney
    Low pitched hip roofs
    Low horizontal lines
  11. k
    1780-1840
    2-3 Stories
    Low pitched or flat roof with balustrade
    Sqaure or rectangular box
    Symmetrical
  12. l
    1840-1885
    Tall appearance, with 2, 3, or 4 stories
    Low pitched or Flat roof
    Balanced, symmetrical rectangular shape
    Wide, overhanging eaves with brackets and cornices
  13. m
    1995-today
    2 stories
    basic geometric shapes
    modern and unique materials
  14. n
    1880-1910
    Steep Pitched Roof
    Tower in Front
    2-4 Stories
    Lots of Ornamentation
  15. o
    1960-today
    1-2 stories
    energy effecient
    features change
  16. p
    1485 - 1603
    2-3 Stories
    Timber frame shown on exterior, (often) hip roof
    Walls white, Gable dormers
  17. q
    1825-1860
    Pendimented Gable
    Large columns
    Front door not centered but off to side
  18. r
    1920-today
    1-2 stories
    odd, irregular shaped
    lack of ornamentation
  19. s
    1930-1950
    1-2 stories
    Flat Roofs
    Smooth Facades
    No Ornamentation
  20. t
    1900's-Present
    2 stories
    1 story wrap-around porch
    Gables face in several directions
    Shingled or tin roofing
  21. u
    1600's-1950's
    1 1/2 stories
    Symmetrical front
    Gable roof, gable dormers
  22. v
    1120-1270
    Round Tower
    Conical Shaped Roof over Tower
    High Ridgelines
    Dormers
    Half Timbering
  23. w
    1700's-Present day
    2-3 stories
    Hippped Roofs
    Impressionable front entrances
  24. x
    1905-1930
    One to two stories
    Wood or stone siding
    Exposed roof rafters and gable roofs with large overhang
  25. y
    1955 - 1975
    2-3 Stories
    Built on sloped site
    Garage underneath or attached horizontally to main floor
  26. z
    1690s-1830
    Square symmetrical shape
    Simple exterior lines
    Large paired chimneys