May. 16th, 2012

jennythereader: (Bunny: I Can't Believe It)
My personal preference is for multi-floor homes. It's primarily an aesthetic preference, but I also think they do a better job keeping the public & private parts of the home separate and keeping noise away from the bedrooms.

Single floor homes also have their advantages. With my knees, being able to do everything without climbing stairs will make life easier in the long run. I do like the look of Arts and Crafts style homes, and I could hold my nose and live with a Ranch (even though I think most ranch-style homes have all the personality of a shoebox).

What I can't live with, and what we specifically told the realtor we aren't interested in, is a split-level. It combines all the inconveniences of a multi-level home with blandness of a Ranch.

So of course she included several split-levels in the list she sent us. *face palm*
jennythereader: (Bunny: I Can't Believe It)
My personal preference is for multi-floor homes. It's primarily an aesthetic preference, but I also think they do a better job keeping the public & private parts of the home separate and keeping noise away from the bedrooms.

Single floor homes also have their advantages. With my knees, being able to do everything without climbing stairs will make life easier in the long run. I do like the look of Arts and Crafts style homes, and I could hold my nose and live with a Ranch (even though I think most ranch-style homes have all the personality of a shoebox).

What I can't live with, and what we specifically told the realtor we aren't interested in, is a split-level. It combines all the inconveniences of a multi-level home with blandness of a Ranch.

So of course she included several split-levels in the list she sent us. *face palm*

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