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  • Nancy Kulfas-Perri

    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.

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    Split Level Ranch House

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    curb apeeal bilevel home | home landscaping: Landscaping Ideas For Split Level Homes

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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.