13,852 single family Eclectic Home Design Photos

Vinci | Hamp Architects
Wicker Park Residence
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(1879) and a Second Empire coach house (1893). Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the property has been carefully restored as a single family residence. Exterior work includes new roofs, windows, doors, and porches to complement the historic masonry walls and metal cornices. Inside, historic
(1879) and a Second Empire coach house (1893). Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the property has been carefully restored as a single family residence. Exterior work includes new roofs, windows, doors, and porches to complement the historic masonry walls and metal cornices. Inside, historic
In this family of colors for front door, but want ours reflective (?)
“House colors” — Erin Whalen
Kaia Calhoun
Houzz Tour: a world traveler and producer nestled in NE Minneapolis
Ideabooks520
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Think ahead and see future possibilities. You could always convert your duplex into a single-family home, or move out and keep the property purely for investment income. Try to think a few steps beyond your current scenario.
The original duplex had tons of sectioned-off space, and the couple's vision was to open up the home to better accommodate friends and family.K.C.: How did you make the house feel like yours? L.A.: We really opened it up. We wanted it to be open so we could communicate across the space. We literally
“Color arrangements not conflicting.” — Felicia Turner
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Sandywoods Farm
Ideabooks106
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Community Spotlight: Sandywoods Farm, Tiverton, Rhode Island The Sandywoods community offers both single-family homes and affordable rental apartments, widening the scope of who has access to this lovely ecofriendly village.
“Similar homes with side extensions” — k_roseanderson
Matt Sanford Homes
6 Reviews
SF Downstairs Conversion A
Ideabooks2
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This garage space was converted into a finished living space. It adds usable, cozy, conditioned and enjoyable space to the typical single family home in San Francisco. With the correct approach and understanding of building codes, these conversions add 400-600 square feet, with out building exterior
Matt Sanford Homes
6 Reviews
SF Downstairs Conversion A
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Questions0
This garage space was converted into a finished living space. It adds usable, cozy, conditioned and enjoyable space to the typical single family home in San Francisco. With the correct approach and understanding of building codes, these conversions add 400-600 square feet, with out building exterior
Matt Sanford Homes
6 Reviews
SF Downstairs Conversion A
Ideabooks2
Questions0
This garage space was converted into a finished living space. It adds usable, cozy, conditioned and enjoyable space to the typical single family home in San Francisco. With the correct approach and understanding of building codes, these conversions add 400-600 square feet, with out building exterior
Matt Sanford Homes
6 Reviews
SF Downstairs Conversion A
Ideabooks1
Questions0
This garage space was converted into a finished living space. It adds usable, cozy, conditioned and enjoyable space to the typical single family home in San Francisco. With the correct approach and understanding of building codes, these conversions add 400-600 square feet, with out building exterior
“Bench and window” — koriantuna
Matt Sanford Homes
6 Reviews
SF Downstairs Conversion A
Ideabooks11
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kids' toys. This garage space was converted into a finished living space. It adds usable, cozy, conditioned and enjoyable space to the typical single family home in San Francisco. With the correct approach and understanding of building codes, these conversions add 400-600 square feet, with out building
“Bench” — ecarr888
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