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John Lively & Associates
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Edmondson
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I saw you did not add gutters and it looks great. Do you really even need them on a ranch? Thanks
garage door style. It is called the Avante Collection and they are available with frosted tempered insulated glass, which is fire rated. Dealers located throughout the US and Canada. www.clopaydoor.com.
I am thinking of buying a "L" shaped ranch and going
going to expand out or up or both. I love the styling of this home. Did you build up and is there somewhere where I can get interior pictures and a floorplan with dimensions?
They are located on the far ends of the left and right sides of home as well as corners in the courtyard adjacent to garage.
Clopay Building Products Clopay makes this garage door style. It is called the Avante Collection and they are available with frosted tempered insulated glass, which is fire
“Modern ranch home” — freepaint
Traditional Kitchen
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Small cabin rental or vacation home
traditional ranch-style home can often be a challenge, but it is possible to create a space you love to live in. By utilizing creative storage, opening up views with windows and other features, and giving your space life and personality, you can truly make your ranch kitchen a pleasing home on the range
range.More:17 Space-Saving Solutions for Small KitchensNot Your Average RanchRejuvenated Ranch
“color” — Denise Howell
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Front Parlor
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suggest in a new build to accomplish this classic look.I see some homes use dark hardwood but they are difficult to keep clean and this flooring looks like it would be easier to maintain but is georgeous.Your help is appreciated
That beautiful chandelier is an antique that the owner brought with her from her previous home.
Thanks. I wish we could take credit, but that ceiling dates to a very early 20th century renovation of a 19th century home. The ceiling and all its ornamentation are plaster. There are still companies today making ornate plaster mouldings. Hyde Park is a company that we
It is indeed an antique that already belonged to the clients. It moved with them from their previous home. Good luck in your search.
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I have an early 1950's L-shaped ranch house built into a hill. Looks like a one story from the front, but from the garage side and back of house, it looks like a two story. I really like
design a structure that would match the character of the main house," Dussouchaud says. The main house (not shown) is a traditional California-ranch-style home, with large patios around the house and white board and batten siding. Both buildings have roofs made of composite shingles.
“Like the vertical siding with big porch” — tdskowronek
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
34 Reviews
Ranch style home with short bridge over dry creek
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Ranch style home with short bridge over dry creek
Also, you can see interior images of this home on houzz here: http://www.houzz.com/projects/4276/Bay-Area-Home-Remodeling--Ranch-Style-in-Saratoga--CA http://www.houzz.com/projects/5567/Modern-Bathroom-Remodeling--Bay-Area - Rhoda Fry http://www
Unfortunately, the colors represented in this photo are not at all accurate - when I get a chance, I'm going to get new photos of this home. - Rhoda Fry http://www.billfryconstruction.com/
Add drama to a ranch home
bridge as landscaping element that ties into home
Slate pillars give the right amount of character to a home exterior entrance.
Like the glass style on the front door.
Emphasize the horizontal. Ranch style homes are long, low and horizontal in orientation. Adding a pathway bordered by brick columns and iron fencing repeats the same long, low line, but orients it towards the visitor. This balances the entire look of the home and draws your eye to the gorgeous front
“landscaping” — Terri Devaney
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Home Front Yards
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Love the exterior of your home. What are the colors?
Where could I find a floor plan for this ranch house ? Love it...
floor plan...(there isn't one) but you did say it was in the planning stages to reno....I would love to see the reno pictures because I have a similar home with a really odd plan and would love to see reno pictures. Right now I HAVE to do a bathroom reno and am baffled on how to reno, yet stay in the era
would we better off purchasing a ranch and adding an addition? What would be the resale on a sizable duplex vs a ranch with a large addition? sisters3
I am sorry, on this one, I took the photo several years ago. Not my home.
LOVE THIS STYLE! Replace the white support posts with white brick pillars? OR STONE!
“House” — valerieds
Cramer Kreski Designs
1 Review
Project 'Five'
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Ranch home with new entry and windows.
The ranch-style home has become one of the most common types to be remodeled, for several reasons. As previously mentioned, most were sited on generous parcels, allowing lots of room for expansion. While most originals are quite modest, with small bathrooms and kitchens, they are often situated in first-tier
“good elements and color scheme, BAD execution/design” — casadeherman
Modern Exterior
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in the future.More: Cliff May's California ranch style | Browse thousands of ranch-style homes
Several aspects of this new house transcend ranch-style characteristics. A massive masonry chimney with interior and exterior functions anchors the design. Porch overhangs extend from the primary structure, eliminating the need for posts. The cross-gable roof form echoes its ancestors, while white clapboard
aesthetic. See a Houzz Tour of this projectThe ranch theme appears to still be beloved in many areas of the U.S. Probably due to the large numbers built in the 20th century and the abundance of wide-open spaces in remote areas of the country, the style will continue to draw a significant following in
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