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  • 1. TYPES OF HOUSING
  • 2. COTTAGEIT IS A SMALL, SINGLE-STORIED HOUSE, ESPECIALLY IN THE COUNTRY.
  • 3. Snow covered cottages near Curarrehue, Chile
  • 4. A cottage in southern Finland
  • 5. This lakefront cottage located in Muskoka, Ontario is typical of those in Canada
  • 6. A cabin in Michigan
  • 7. Duck Island Cottage, St Jamess Park, London
  • 8. The cottage itself is historic, being a 17th centuryconverted stable with exposed oak beams. Potterne Wiltshire, England.
  • 9. RANCH-STYLE HOUSE (ALSO AMERICAN RANCH, CALIFORNIA RANCH, RAMBLER OR RANCHER) IT IS A DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURAL STYLE ORIGINATING IN THEUNITED STATES. THE RANCH HOUSE IS NOTED FORITS LONG, CLOSE-TO-THE-GROUND PROFILE, AND MINIMAL USE OF EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR DECORATION.
  • 10. Large custom ranch house built in 1966 in California. Thishouse exhibits most of the features of the style, note long low profile and large windows.
  • 11. Sault Sainte Marie, the USA
  • 12. Smaller custom ranch house built in 1960 in California. Note large lot and side garage and hipped roof.
  • 13. Porch, Virginia,
  • 14. DETACHED HOUSE IT IS A FREE-STANDING RESIDENTIAL BUILDING,MEANS THAT THE BUILDING DOES NOT SHARE AN INSIDE WALL WITH ANY OTHER HOUSE.
  • 15. A Northern European single-family home in Denmark.
  • 16. The Saitta House, Dyker Heights, Brooklyn,New York, built in 1899 is a single-family detached home.
  • 17. German House with green-cover
  • 18. A Tudor Detached House. It was built during the Tudor times about 400 years ago.
  • 19. A Detached House
  • 20. SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE (DUPLEXES IN THE USA) IT CONSISTS OF PAIRS OF HOUSES BUILT SIDE BY SIDE AS UNITS SHARING A PARTY WALL AND USUALLY INSUCH A WAY THAT EACH HOUSES LAYOUT IS A MIRROR IMAGE OF ITS TWIN.
  • 21. A semi-detached house is joined to another house on one side.
  • 22. A semi-detached house, UK
  • 23. A Semi-Detached House The house below was builtone hundred years ago when Queen Victoria was on the throne. It is a Victorian semi-detached house.
  • 24. A Semi-Detached House, Ontario,Canada
  • 25. TERRACED HOUSE(ROW HOUSES IN THE USA)IT IS A HOUSE WHICH IS PART OF A ROW OF HOUSES THAT ARE JOINED TOGETHER.
  • 26. Terraced house
  • 27. Terraced houses in Bath/ UK, Brooklyn Rd. (1 September 1977)
  • 28. A street of British Victorian/Edwardian terraced homes in Loughborough.
  • 29. Royal Crescent, Bath (1767-1777)
  • 30. Row houses in Toronto
  • 31. Row houses in Baltimores Charles Village neighborhood
  • 32. BUNGALOWIT IS A ONE-STOREY HOUSE, USUALLY SURROUNDED BY A VERANDA.
  • 33. A typical side-gabled bungalow in Louisvilles Deer Park Neighborhood, United States.
  • 34. The Crescent, Belmont, Sutton
  • 35. One-story bungalow with painted trim, earth-tone shingles.
  • 36. 1980s Irish Bungalow
  • 37. Ranch Bungalow in Palo Alto, California, United States.
  • 38. MOBILE HOME IT IS A LARGE TRAILER, FITTED WITH PARTS FOR CONNECTION TO UTILITIES, THAT CAN BE INSTALLED ON A RELATIVELY PERMANENT SITEAND THAT IS USED AS A RESIDENCE. ALSO CALLED MANUFACTURED HOME.
  • 39. Parking for mobile homes
  • 40. Free Travellers
  • 41. A static caravan park on the cliffs above Beer, Devon, England.
  • 42. MANSIONIT IS A SEPARATE DWELLING IN A LARGE HOUSE ORSTRUCTURE, A LARGE IMPOSING RESIDENCE .
  • 43. Waddesdon Manor, one of the many mansions of the Rothschild family
  • 44. Montacute House, near Yeovil, Somerset. Built 1591
  • 45. The Breakers, in Newport, Rhode Island, is one of themost famous 19th century mansions in the United States.
  • 46. Mansion In Britain Updown Court, Surrey, England, £70,000,000
  • 47. Mansion in the Nevada
  • 48. Luxurious Hollywood Mansion, USA
  • 49. MAISONETTEIT IS AN APARTMENT OCCUPYING TWO OR MORE FLOORS OF A LARGER BUILDING AND OFTEN HAVING ITS OWN ENTRANCE FROM OUTSIDE.
  • 50. Maisonette, London
  • 51. Maisonette, the USA
  • 52. Maisonette, the USA
  • 53. CLAPBOARD HOUSES CLAPBOARD IS A LONG NARROW BOARD WITH ONE EDGE THICKER THAN THE OTHER,OVERLAPPED HORIZONTALLY TO COVER THE OUTER WALLS OF FRAME STRUCTURES,ALSO CALLED WEATHERBOARD. TO COVER WITH CLAPBOARDS.
  • 54. Wooden Shingles on Roof of Traditional House
  • 55. Clapboard house in the USA
  • 56. Clapboard house in the USA
  • 57. FRAME HOUSESA HOUSE THAT HAS A TIMBER FRAMEWORK AND CLADDING
  • 58. Frame houses with pointed roofs
  • 59. A STUDIO (A LOFT IN THE USA) IT IS A ROOM OR SPACE DIRECTLY UNDER THEROOF OF A HOUSE OR OTHER BUILDING, WHICH MAY BE USED FOR ACCOMMODATIONS OR STORAGE.
  • 60. The main room of a studio apartment in Minneapolis, USA. The sofabed is to the right and a small alcove ispartially seen to the left; not shown are the small kitchen and bathroom.
  • 61. a studio apartment, the USA
  • 62. a studio apartment, the USA
  • 63. a studio apartment, UK
  • 64. a studio apartment,Heron Tower, London
  • 65. a studio apartment, Tuscany, Florence,Italy
  • 66. BLOCK OF FLATS A TOWER BLOCK, HIGH-RISE, RESIDENTIAL TOWERS, APARTMENT TOWER, OFFICE TOWER, APARTMENT BLOCK, OR BLOCK OF FLATS, IS A TALL BUILDING OR STRUCTURE USED AS A RESIDENTIAL AND/OR OFFICEBUILDING. IN SOME AREAS THEY MAY BE REFERRED TO AS "MDU" STANDING FOR "MULTI DWELLING UNIT".
  • 67. A 16 floor tower block in Charlestown, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
  • 68. The three tower blocks of the CrosswaysEstate in Bow, London, United Kingdom
  • 69. Block of flats
  • 70. Flats in Ballymun, Dublin, Ireland
  • 71. Aqua Tower, Chicago, the USA (a skyscraper = a tower)
  • 72. Swiss Re Building, London, UK (a skyscraper = a tower)
  • 73. UNUSUAL HOUSES
  • 74. House-bundle of wood - Flak Nantes.
  • 75. Building of Manabi’s school, Ecuador
  • 76. Leaf House,near Rio (de) Janeiro
  • 77. Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Mansion
  • 78. A high-rise residential apartment building in Hong Kong
  • 79. New York
  • 80. Shanghai World Financial Center, China, Shanghai
  • 81. soaring castle (the Ukraine)
  • 82. House-cactus Rotterdam, Holland
  • 83. Create your owndream house!!! Good luck!