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475 latin american style home Exterior Design Photos
James Glover Residential & Interior Design
love the looks of the home
how roses look with a spanish style house
Spanish style - love it! wish it was smaller about 1500 sq feet
Spanish style. Especially popular in warmer regions of the country, Spanish revival–style homes tend to feature arches, tile work and white stucco. Some may have balconies or a central courtyard.Is it for you? Thick stucco walls and tile floors are naturally cool, which is ideal for warm climates. The
charming gardens, courtyards and balconies are perfect for outdoor entertaining. In older Spanish revival homes, bedrooms and closets tend to be small.More about Spanish revival and Mediterranean styles
JB Architecture Group, Inc.
For this home we were hired as the Architect only. Siena Custom Builders, Inc. was the Builder. +/- 5,200 sq. ft. home (Approx. 42' x 110' Footprint) Cedar Siding - Cabot Solid Stain - Pewter Grey
For this home we were hired as the Architect only. Siena Custom Builders, Inc. was the Builder.For this home we were
Are all your homes custom or will you duplicate a plan? I really like the exterior of this house, could I see layouts of this floor plan? Will you do construction in NWI? I see I am about 73mi from Naperville.
Can I buy the plans for this home? I live in VA. This is exactly the style and detail
am interested in seeing this home.
Could you share the brand and color of these shingles! Lovely home!
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
San Francisco Bay Mediterranean
Mediterranean? No, actually Latin American on SF bay!
courtyard and the style of the house
Wow wow, what a home!!
diamond style looks nice
Michael Lee Architects
7th Street Residence
What is that crazy aloe looking tree? Latin please.
What city is this beautiful home built in?
Love this style home- all glass and wood!
beautiful vertical home!
Modern look to home...house style
Martin Patrick 3
I am beyond blown away by this home--it's stone, it's style, it's composition and it's voice. Because my father and his family are all from Scotland, my dream is to build our next home with an authentic rural Scottish look. Like this residence, site is huge. Here
offices and read state or county noxious weed lists to make sure you aren’t considering a problem plant, native or not. Research the plant via its Latin name to get accurate horticultural info and to learn from the experiences of others growing it, both professionals and novices. Think long and hard
Ron Brenner Architects
Exterior - Classic American Dutch Colonial
Exterior - Classic American Dutch Colonial
Stately American Home - Classic Dutch Colonial Photography: Phillip Mueller Photography
http://www.houzz.com/photos/365886/Shingle-Style-Dutch-Colonial-Exterior-traditional-exterior-minneapolis Does this house have this service as well? I love the attached garage area.
I have a 1897 dutch colonial revival home with gambrel roof, shed dormers and shed
This plan is not available for purchase. We would be happy to design a home for your inspired by this classic dutch.
Lovely home and great porches
More of a classic style - Again, maybe not quite as large...
Diagonal cross balustrades are perfectly suited for the classic American Dutch colonial. Here they help enclose a screened-in porch.
What would be the cost of building this home?
It's a native California plant called a mock orange. It isn't the same mock orange as the one in the pittasporam family. I don't have its latin name.
style; partial wall
Francis Dzikowski Photography Inc.
Park Hill House
Love this style of house and the Wire Fox Terrier
The home sits on a rise in the Park Hill neighborhood of Yonkers. It’s a true American foursquare. Sitting up on the hill with its symmetrical facade and boxy good looks, it communicates strength
I like everything about this home. The history the style it looks like a real home not a model to be over done. Everything is humble and simply real. I could have tea in this kitchen and I can see kids running
The home sits on a rise in the Park Hill neighborhood of Yonkers. It’s a true American foursquare. Sitting up on the hill with its symmetrical facade and boxy good looks, it communicates strength and solidity. The clay tile roof, front porch etc. were there when Brewer bought the house in 1998. But