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.
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.
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.
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.
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.