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What Style Is My New House?

Posted by tinker_2006 (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 28, 11 at 23:10

We are purchasing a home, in FL, and it was built around 1950. I'm adding a link with a video so it shows inside rooms as well.

The Realtor who listed it, describes it as a "carriage house"..?

Here is a link that might be useful: video of house


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RE: What Style Is My New House?

First off. Beautiful home!
I believe a carriage house would have needed to be part of a larger property with a larger house as the main living quarters. I would call this a sprawling bungalow.

Here is a link that might be useful: Homes for sale in Andover MA


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RE: What Style Is My New House?

Thanks! I wasn't sure what it was called!


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RE: What Style Is My New House?

Not a carriage house at all...I'd call it a mid-century ranch. A high-end one with some bungalow features since it's likely a vacation home for the original owner.
Very nice, and the grounds are great--I'd put it right aroumd 1950 or so.


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Thanks for the info! The grounds are great, and I bet it was a vacation home.


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I just dis a lot of googling, mid-century ranches, I see the bungalow in it, but I don't see it resembling any pictures I googled.

I know the kitchen was once a porch, it may have been a vacation home, or even a guest cottage (there are a few old homes with guest cottages). 3 fireplaces..


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