|The great variety of house styles can be grouped by decades using the number of stories. Multiple and single stories houses were built in each decade, but certain heights predominated, as shown in the graph. But less common height types were also built: for example, one-story two-pen houses were built in the 1880s-1890s; two-story Art Deco houses were built in the 1930s; and one-story houses with huge roofs were built in the 2000s. Some of the typical house styles for each of the heights are listed.|
|Arts & Craft
New England Colonial
|Common Styles||Upright & Wing||Cubic||smaller versions of revival styles||smaller, simpler versions of the above||simpler, cheaper versions of the above styles||ordinary versions of Neo-Eclectic styles|
Created by Ingolf Vogeler on 18 April 1997; last revised on 10 April 2009.