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None of the above.
I guess, I'm picky, because none of these do anything for me. I like the three car garage on A, but don't like the stairs. B is closest to my style, but to small. I also don't wnt two story homes or log homes.
I vote for C, what is your favorite Camara?
My buyers decide what they want. I liked none.
I like D, sitting on a few acres!
I like the bungalow style --- but in my area, colonials are most popular and bi-levels re least popular.
That could be B and C.
A and D work if main suite on main floor along with kitchen and FR.
For ego purposes I like A.
Sonatta, with the choices given I would vote for B or C. They are both timeless.
Camara - I kinda like the contemporary look and feel, so if we are just talking about which home we like by the exterior, I would prefer A. Now a great second home in the woods would be D; maybe near a ski resort in Colorado or something. Of course we are also acting like money was not a concern either.
I think I would like C because it would need less outside maintenance.
Camara Company I like the traditional look of B
Well if I had to choose A would be the closest but it lakes modern integrity.
I like style B. Cozy...
It depends on the floor plan and the finishes inside. So bottom line it isn't all about the outside.
Personally I will take "B" every time
D...because I live in the coutry.
I love type A...contemporary.... soaring ceilings and plenty of glass.....and I always remember, there's no such thing as too large a house; too much money; or to thin of a body!!! my three rules!!