108,524 single family home Home Design Photos

Kaia Calhoun
Houzz Tour: a world traveler and producer nestled in NE Minneapolis
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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
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
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Colleen Brett
Houzz Tour: A Kid-friendly house that “wows”
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feet, 6 bedrooms, 2.5 bathsStyle: Victorian built in 1870. It was converted into a duplex in the 1940s, and then turned back into a single-family home when the Rodowicz family purchased it in 2008.Architect: Bob VallimontBuilder: Ron James
“A house of boys!” — Cindy Walker
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Pool Guard of Ohio
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depending on the size of your house and the safety equipment needed, but expect to pay roughly $500 to $1,500 or more to childproof an average single-family home. Some childproofers will agree to a consultation fee, usually around $100 to $200 — they make recommendations; you buy and install the safety
baby and toddler stores, and that old standby, the local parent grapevine, also may offer suggestions.Any pro you consider should have passed the HHT (Home Hazards Test), the industry standard. Some also have earned the CPC (Certified Professional Childproofer) designation, which means they have at least
“Removeable” — lmoone
2011 Pritzker Prize winner
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Souto de Moura first made his name designing single family homes, such as this one in Serra da Arrábida, Portugal.
Shannon Malone
Kitchen
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By law, a single-family home is permitted to have only one main kitchen. Finding it easier to rent out the unit with a real kitchen, Ainsworth moved into the side with what she calls a "here today, gone tomorrow" kitchen, containing only the absolutely necessary elements.Stove: The Antique Stove Shop
“עציץ ענק במטבח פינת אוכל” — Ofra Graicer
Gardens by Gabriel
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Artful Water Catchment
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Go green in the suburbs. Owning your own single-family home does hold a few advantages over living in apartment buildings and condos: You can make more lasting structural changes without asking permission from a co-op or homeowners association. For a quick addition, try using a rainwater collecting system
“rain barrel” — margielynnj
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Sandywoods Farm
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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
Rudolfsson Alliker Associates Architects
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Bellevue Hill Sydney
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While there has been a rise in the popularity of urban living, the single-family detached home still embodies the ideal of the American Dream. Certainly what we've seen, and probably will continue to see, is the reduction in size of this home. This makes sense as land costs, commuting costs, and initial and
Downsized single family home but still looks spacious in an urban area
Such a dear small house. Just nice for small family.
resembles a single-family house in execution. This backyard view reveals each level, but only the top two levels (comprising one unit) are visible from the street. Terracing works to deal with the steep topography of the site.
While there has been a rise in the popularity of urban living, the single-family
“Fundos” — aldodipalma
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