tract house


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tract house

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

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Step into the Uyemuras' living room and you'll see that another ubiquitous tract house feature is missing: the coarsely textured, blown-cellulose-covered ceiling.
The old home is unique, with a definite custom appearance inside and out, but a tract house is still what it was in 1890, when Ninetta Eames wrote about her journey to Simi Valley in the Overland Monthly magazine.
Langford also added a two-layer trellis that extends outward from the house walls to the new privacy wall, shading the space in between and giving the flat-roofed tract house more detailed and airy lines.
It would be a simple appeal to the empty-nesters who paid about $150,000 in the 1980s for a three-bedroom tract house and who would still make a huge profit selling it for $400,000 - about $100,000 less than the going price in the West San Fernando Valley.
Federal and local law enforcement officials also checked out a second Palmdale address but it proved to be an empty new tract house, believed purchased with drug-trafficking money.
Ehrlich commented, "A tract house without pedigree has been given a great sense of contemporary style.
Juror Hood called it "a typical suburban tract house, adapted to current space needs with richness, elegance, and originality.
When my parents took me home for the first time, it was to a little two-bedroom tract house in Panorama City.
Easy-living space Gravel, arbors, and decking turn most of this Oregon garden into a split-level outdoor room that gives special grace to a typical tract house.
The district imposes a levy of about $6 a year for a typical tract house and up to $9 a year for larger properties.
Owner-architect Gary Crosman and his wife, Madeline, wanted to enlarge their two-bedroom 1940s tract house in San Carlos, California, but it wasn't feasible to add both a master bedroom and an entertainment area family room, so they combined both functions in a single multipurpose space.
Joining the district would cost about $6 a year for a typical tract house and up to $9 a year for larger properties.