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tract house

A house that is substantially similar to all other houses in a subdivision.

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The bulk of this artificial lake is rendered in pale teal wall paint, a fitting material given the artist's preoccupation with tract homes.
Heath, for one, is rumored to be more normal than ever and has even entered the fray of the ordinary by moving into the Emerica mansion with Reynolds, Ellington, Grecs, and team manager Regan-not that living in a skate mansion is normal, but relatively speaking, it's a big improvement over weirding out solo in an unfurnished tract home with nothing but video games for company.
The residential market serviced by Comfort Supply includes new tract homes, custom homes, and apartments as well as add-on and replacement systems for existing homes.
Most of these people would be better off if they went to Palmdale and built $250,000 tract homes.
Fickett, another popular architect who designed thousands of tract homes in the Valley.
Six years of photojournalism in the Bay Area not only honed Owens' sense of the decisive moment but also afforded him direct contact with the new backbone of America: the culture that grew out of the tens of thousands of tract homes built in the '50s and '60s.
For many in pursuit of affordable housing -- tract homes provided the answer.
Dwarfed at times by fast-food restaurants, strip malls and tract homes, historical sites in the San Fernando Valley are easy to miss.
The Hurtados paid $16,000 for a four-bedroom, one-and-a-half bath place in the Joe Louis tract homes in 1956, where they raised five beautiful daughters.
But just as Gutenberg is known for the Bible and Edison for the lightbulb, the Valley is known for its collection of tract homes.
Neighbors said the black Toyota 4Runner doesn't belong to anybody who lives on their street, which ends at a desert hillside and is lined with well-kept tract homes.
The tract homes of Stevenson Ranch, Westridge and the proposed Newhall Ranch back up to a mountain range teeming with wildlife, habitat that will be protected forever under a newly formed agency run by representatives from Los Angeles County, the city of Santa Clarita, the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy and the public.