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1945 - 1980s: Split-Level Ranch Style The Popular Ranch Style Home Rises to New Heights In this variation of the Ranch house style, a Split-Level Ranch has three or more levels. Split Level Ranch, Landscapes Ideas, House Design, Splitlevel Ranch, Splitlevel House, House Style, Architecture, Ranch Houses, Ranch Style Home
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Ranch House Style:Ranch houses became popular in the 1950s and '60s when land was cheap and families wanted an economical house in the suburbs. Characteristics: -- Single story, with a low-pitched gable end or hipped roof -- Usually rectangular, but can be L- or U-shaped -- Long and low to the ground -- Sliding glass doors leading to a patio -- Attached garage, simple open floor plan -- Plain, lack of ornamentation
Splendid Split-Level - The entry becomes the focus by adding the gable bump-out and transom window. Great way to update the look of my 1960's split-level home.
The Ranch style is one of the most ubiquitous icons of American life. The origins of the ranch style include influences of the Spanish Colonial working ranches and the California bungalow. The goal was an open floor plan that provided an easy living, unpretentious home to accommodate the modern American lifestyle. 1935-1980.