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What kind of design/style would you call this???

adkovac51's picture

Hi All,

 

I am new to this forum, but had a question to ask and hopefully someone has the answer! So I was in California this past weekend on vacation, doing the whole PCH drive from San Francisco to LA... I fell in love with some of the tall and narrow, multi-level homes along the coast. Some stucco/spanish style, others looking Victorian. I love the stucco/spanish style the most, but I have no idea what to call that style (tall, narrow, and multi-level home). I have tried to search various different home styles and cannot pin point it. 

I think it looks like a townhome, but everytime I search something related I keep getting multi-family plans. I just want to know what would be considered a single family home like the one I've described. I will attach a picture for reference, just to further verify what I am talking about.

 

Thanks all,

Aaron

Looks like invisible style to (post #212891, reply #1 of 5)

Looks like invisible style to me.

Unfortunately, attaching (post #212891, reply #2 of 5)

Unfortunately, attaching pictures here is a little tricky/non-intuitive.  Give it another shot or two.  (Click the "edit" button under your original post.)

And it's apparently easier to attach a picture to a reply than to the original post, so you can try that.

Or find a picture on the web and link to it.


Of all the preposterous assumptions of humanity over humanity, nothing exceeds most of the criticisms made on the habits of the poor by the well-housed, well-warmed, and well-fed.  --Herman Melville

Modern Spanish Villa? (post #212891, reply #3 of 5)

Modern Spanish Villa?

Yeah, the tile roof, exposed (post #212891, reply #4 of 5)

Yeah, the tile roof, exposed beams, arches, and general boxiness say "Spanish", but it's not really typical of anything I've seen.


Of all the preposterous assumptions of humanity over humanity, nothing exceeds most of the criticisms made on the habits of the poor by the well-housed, well-warmed, and well-fed.  --Herman Melville

Arch. Style? (post #212891, reply #5 of 5)

My guess is Spanish Colonial Revival adapted to expensive narrow California lots.