181 multifamily Traditional Home Design Photos

Hooten Land Design, Inc.
1 Review
Project Photos
Ideabooks857
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Makes me think of inner meeting/ play area with multi-family space and schoolhouse (??)
Multi-family living done well
“Love it!!” — srisak
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wetland native planting
Ideabooks92
Questions0
multifamily home
“multifamily home” — sandeedee222
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
7 Reviews
Restored Eating Club
Ideabooks2,692
Questions10
This David Adler home was formerly a Princeton Eating Club and was moved to its current location in the early 1900's. Our Princeton archtiects designed this front porch addition to restore the home to its original grandeur while also adding a second floor master bath and separate entrance hall.
“Rather door” — debbiezant
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Moore Architects, PC
Columbia Street Residence
Ideabooks3,064
Questions2
Multi-family potential
“Steps” — caseydail
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Atherton, California Estate by Markay Johnson Construction
Ideabooks5,225
Questions2
Multi-family living
“House” — lely4449
Marcus Gleysteen Architects
1 Review
Scandinavian Modern
Ideabooks497
Questions1
“But we backed off because there was so much to do.”Little did she know she would get her chance down the road. “The Victorian house had been a multifamily dwelling that had been united into one house, but without taking out the multiple kitchens and bathrooms,” she says. “It had been used as a rental
‘But we backed off because there was so much to do.’Little did she know she would get her chance down the road. ‘The Victorian house had been a multifamily dwelling that had been united into one house, but without taking out the multiple kitchens and bathrooms,’ she says. ‘It had been used as a rental
“yellow Swedish home exterior - nice trim details and finishing touches” — csukhun
O'Sullivan Architects, Inc
115 Sewall Ave
Ideabooks1,244
Questions1
was restored, but the interior was completely gutted and redesigned to provide spacious three to four bedroom homes with modern amenities. This multi-family building is perfect for families with children, as it is located close to Brookline schools, and neighboring Boston is easily accessible for the
was restored, but the interior was completely gutted and redesigned to provide spacious three to four bedroom homes with modern amenities. This multi-family building is perfect for families with children, as it is located close to Brookline schools, and neighboring Boston is easily accessible for the
“Nice mantle” — eileenmconroy
Trapolin-Peer Architects
French Quarter Residence
Ideabooks189
Questions0
Historic Multi-Family Home Photos by: Will Crocker Photography
“Ceiling” — klandry24
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