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What Style is my House?

This questionnaire will help identify the style of your house

House Style Identification

Answer these questions and automatically receive an indication of what style of house you likely have. The questionnaire uses a points system to guess your house style. Please note that results will vary and that this tool looks primarily at house styles that are described in this website.

Over the years many houses have undergone transformations that may obscure the original style so, when answering the questions, try to think about your house as it may have been when it was built.

1. In what period do you think your house was built?   
2. Which of the following most closely resembles your roofline?
               
3. Check off the elements that are prominent features of your house? (select multiple)
Porch Centre Hallway 10' Ceilings L/R Fireplace Stained Glass
Vaulted Ceilings Garage Carport Split-staircase Walk-in Attic
4. Which of the following most closely resembles an original window in your house?
             
5. How many storeys does your house have?
1   1 1/2   2   3   More than 3  
6. Which of the following most closely resembles the styling* of your house?
    * not necessarily the same shape
     
7. Check off the elements that are featured in the exterior of your house? (select multiple)
Brick Multi-Color Brick Shingle Siding Stone Siding Stucco
Braces Gingerbread Pillars Dormers
8. If your house has pillars, which of the following most resembles those pillars?
          No Pillars
9. Which of the following describes your house?
Detached   Semi-Detached   Side-by-side   Row  

Georgian
General
Traditional
Colonial
Greek Revival
Terrace
Victorian
General
2nd Empire
Gothic
Queen Anne
Bay & Gable
Arts & Crafts
General
Craftsman
Bungalow
Foursquare
Tudor
Post WWII
General
Ranch
Cape Cod
Split-level
Bi-level

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