Which Style of Home Would You Choose?

Often, we ask homeowners what house style they have. Imagine you have no downpayment or mortgage (all you have to pay for is wifi). Which architectural style would you pick as your home? Often, people ask where would you live if you could move anywhere. We want to know how you like to live and what appeals to you. One of the many gorgeous visuals of Southern California is its many stunning neighborhoods.

We listed the following dwelling types:

  • Ranch
  • Cottage
  • Eichler
  • Spanish
  • Bungalow
  • Tudor
  • Victorian
  • Craftsman
  • Split-level
  • A-Frame

While turning a house into a home takes finesse and creativity, you might not know where to begin when matching your personality to an architectural aesthetic. We have put together some questions, and we hope you have fun choosing an answer. It is interesting how your home style reveals little bits of your personality. Ready to get started?

What do you like to feel under your feet as you walk through your living room?

  1. Plush Carpet
  2. Gorgeous Tile
  3. Smooth Hardwood
  4. Durable Laminate

Age often adds personality or quaintness to a home. Do you prefer the feel and look of older homes?

  1. The older, the better
  2. Only if somebody built them well
  3. They have a lot of character
  4. No way, they aren’t made to be practical

When you have gone house hunting, which type of rooflines catch your eye?

  1. Mansard
  2. Gable
  3. Sloped 
  4. Pitched

Which type of door would you choose as your main entry?

  1. Flat-panel
  2. French
  3. Double
  4. Hooded

One of the first things you see is the exterior and siding of your home. Which material would you rather see on the exterior of your house?

  1. Fiber cement
  2. Stucco
  3. Shingles
  4. Brick
  5. Vinyl Siding

Windows can make or break the design of any home. How would you feel if your living room had a picture window?

  1. They are gorgeous, and people love the view
  2. No way, they let way too much heat and light in when it’s hot
  3. The bigger the window, the better
  4. Picture windows can ruin the symmetry of the room

Every home has a unique personality. What is the first thing you notice when you drive up to a house and see the house style?

  1. How many windows it has
  2. The slope of the roof
  3. The color
  4. Landscaping and lawn
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