What is the typical size of a 2 car garage in 1954 homes?
A 2-car garage might be 30 feet wide and 25 feet deep.
Homes in the 1950's didn't typically have two stall garages. Most, if they had a garage at all, only had single stall garages. Those that would have been about 20' x 20'.
approx 49 sq m or 7m x 7m
In Athens, most people live in an apartment with a balcony. Structures cannot be more than 2 stories high because of earthquake dangers. Marble is used expansively for floors and stairways. People in the countryside often live in very old simple homes with few rooms, or in houses built into the mountainside. Some homes are new and very up to date. Others are literally ancient, and have been around for many hundreds of years.
The location (country) is more important than the appearance.
A typical Jamaican home is like many homes in the Miami, FL area. They are painted in bright colors or made of stucco. Most older homes are ranch style with the newer homes being two story.
This is impossible to answer accurately ! Not all homes have a garage - some homes have more than one ! even people living in high-rise tower blocks may (or may not) have a garage.
A place to great visitors to the home. See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Withdrawing_room
What is the appositive phrase in a fine example of colonial architecture is montecello th home of thomas Jefferson?
You may see a smart home as a home that is smart with energy. E.g. Turns off lights, Turn off appliences after use and recycle. Or a Smart Home might be a home that has lots of high tech equipment. Or maybe a Smart Home is a home full of Smart People... It can mean anything.
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Well, my grandparents lived in a home they built themselves, from timber salvaged I beleave, from an old schoolhouse.Inasmuch as it was a lower class neighborhood, nearly everyone there did the same, even if the timber was not recycled. There was a need for housing after ww2, that was great, so towns like Allentown were built, where everybodys home was pretty much the same. Block after block of sameness.
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My husband and I were married in 1975 and purchased our first home in 1976. This was a 1800 sq foot ranch style on 2/3rds acre with beautiful view for 57,500.00. That home now is worth about 600,000.00
Homes very much like those in Peoria, Waco and Tampa.
The cast majority of new homes in the 1950s were built in the
mostly stone and brick.
I was alive and living in the 1950's. Nearly all homes had an indoor bathroom and toilet. A few people living in the country still had outhouses, but all of the people my family knew, lived in the country and had full bathrooms. At that time, bathtubs were used, and I really knew no one who had a shower in their home. Hardwood floors were popular in many homes, but some of the upper class… Read More
One of her husbands was killed in an airplane crash in l959 ( Mr. Todd) I don" think he crashed in the vicinity of her house. a deadly way to crash the gate!
Youth Dew by Estee Lauder (Oriental, Spicy) Dirorissimo by Christian Dior (Floral, Muguet, White Flowers) Cabochard by Gres (Chypre, Leather, Floral) Vetiver by Guerlain (Woody, Vetiver) Or, if you meant just a generic fragrance and not particulary a perfume, per se, then how about Downy April Fresh (Floral, Aldehydic, Powdery)?
West of the Mississippi.
In the 1930s the average cost for a new home in the United States was $7,145. A luxury car in the 1930s would cost $1500 to $3000.
They have squat toliets. And shoes are not allowed inside the house.
Refrigerators, stoves, washing machines, milk, bread, ice, meat, fish, televisions, clothes dryers, dishwashers, building materials, furniture, mattresses, box springs, furnaces, hot water tanks, tablesaws, mail, groceries, dry goods, religion, toilets, bathtubs, cabinets, desks, typewriters, books, record players, magazines, liquor, beer, prostitutes.
What were some home appliances in the 1950's?
Duke Snider of the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers with 326.
The worst thing in my opinion that a home inspector may find when assessing the foundation system during a home inspection would be signs of foundation movement or foundation failure. In most cases correcting a foundation problem can be costly and even if it is able to be repaired professionally, some feel that this adds a black mark on the property making it difficult to resell down the line.
a new home cost about 1,000 dollars in 1950
Well in the Middle class Egyptian home there was many rooms that we have today such as:living roombathroom kitchen and Bedrooms
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The basic rule is that all homes are places, but not all places are homes. Home is a place where anyone lives, normally permanently. A place, can refer to a home, such as a house or an apartment, or a business, such as an agency or a restaurant. Some people refer to places as someplace where the person temporarily lives, or another location than the person's permanent home.
Neither one. It is not possible to have something that is "very unique".
Is there an eco-friendly way to build a two-story home in Kansas in which the second story can be comfortably cooled in the summertime without wasting a lot of energy?
Certainly! Attic fans can be installed to help remove hot air within the attic. I would also suggest installation of more insulation, 24" or so, will greatly cool the interior in the summer and help retain heat in the winter. Additional cooling can be achieved in a friendly way by planting some trees around the house to block the summer sun from the south.
The answer is Duke Snider. Here are the leading HR hitters from 1950 - 1959.Duke Snider 326Gil Hodges 310Eddie Mathews 299Mickey Mantle 280Stan Musial 266Yogi Berra 256Willie Mays 250Ted Kluszewski 239Gus Zernial 232Ernie Banks 228Ted Williams 227Hank Sauer 215Larry Doby 215Roy Campanella 211Del Ennis 204Ralph Kiner 201Roy Sievers 199Vic Wertz 195Al Rosen 192Jackie Jensen 186Bobby Thomson 185Gus Bell 185
Refrigerators and toasters are two examples of common home appliances that were used in the 1950s. Others examples include space heaters and air conditioners as well as electric ovens.
The 1950's was a time for change. People began to listen to rock and roll & began to watch television a lot more. The womens role was to cook, clean and take care of the children while the mens role was to go to work, come home to a nice dinner his wife prepared for him.
Computers of the 1950s were very different than modern computers. They took up so much space that it often required several rooms. They also had huge power requirements and generated large amounts of heat. Computers of the 1950s were also highly unreliable, often requiring many hours of troubleshooting and programming to accomplish a few minutes of productive work. Also, computers of that era were not useful for much more than mathematical calculations, there being no… Read More
In the 1950s, the size of a computer was larger than most homes.
One story is easier to heat, cool and clean. Climbing stairs all the time is aggravating.
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A cabin or perhaps a cottage.
Like a house in Massachusetts
Well, first of all, there is some debate about whether or not the traditional role of women has been caring for the home. Many historians point out that for most of history, men hunted and women gathered, and there was no such thing as a homemaker. Even during the early days of our nation's history, women worked on the farm planting and harvesting along with men. Some would argue that the Betty Crocker, Donna Reed… Read More