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10121 N Rodney Parham, Suites C & D
Little Rock, AR 72227
855-474-7169
501-225-5626
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Common Home Types

When finding and buying a house in Missouri, one of the things you are looking for is which type of house would best fit your budget and lifestyle. It is difficult to choose the type of living quarters considering a lot of factors and there is a long list of the type of houses. Listed down below are the most common types of houses in today’s world that would be suitable for your personal use.

 

  • Bungalow – is any single story house that was originated in South Asia specifically in Bengal Region. The term ‘bungalow’ used by English sailors travelling to India to describe their temporary houses. This type of house is commonly designed low-rise with sloping roof and verandas. Moreover, because of its design, it is much convenient especially to a household which has an elderly or disabled member. Bungalows said to provide affordable housing for the working class.
  • Row House – is commonly known as ‘townhouse’. It was originated in Europe in the 16th century where houses are linked by common walls and are identical in architecture and design. The townhouse is designed with a small footprint on multiple floors. This is also an affordable option for the working class since the basic idea of this type of house is to save the owner the expenses of maintenance. This type of house promotes recreation through amenities within the community.
  • Flat – it is a British English term for an apartment, condo or tenement. It is a self-contained housing unit in cities like Springfield. It can be leased or owned by tenants. This type of house is much affordable and convenient especially to single tenant since the maintenance is taken care of the owner. In addition to that, if you are looking of the temporary quarter in the low budget this is the best choice for you.
  • Single – detached -is a free standing residential building that is designed in an open area separated from other structures. Most single detached homes are built on a large lot designed with yard and garage. This is a perfect choice for people looking for solitude and privacy since it is constructed as one single unit. It is also for the people who wants to express their individuality by freely customizing their home considering the cost.
  • Mansion – Its is from the Latin word mansion that means to dwell. This is an upscale and a large dwelling house. It was popular during the renaissance period. Specially designed rooms meant to accommodate leisure activities of a particular kind such as a library, theater, and pool. You don't have to worry about your space since there are a variety of rooms to use in different ways. This type of house is an epitome of luxury.
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