Traditional neighborhood development
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Traditional neighborhood structures can mean many things. A traditional neighborhood structure can be a suburb consisting of single family homes with big yards and plenty of greenery. In other cities, neighborhood structures can be multi-unit housing with little to no landscaping, or homes built out of cardboard that are close to each other. When learning about traditional neighborhood structures, also consider how civilians interact with each other, and overall quality of life.
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The best house plans for Traditional Neighborhood Designs function within the context of the intention behind developing this kind of neighborhood. Namely, the house plans should: work well on narrow lots, have the option to have a garage with alley access, have welcoming front porches.
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