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Split Level Homes

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Christopher Poindexter

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Split Level Homes
By Chris Poindexter
The Basics
Style of home developed in the 1970's, in the US.
Split Level homes are good for locations that have uneven or hilly ground; most are built on streets that have a hill, the 1 story portion sits on the higher part of the hill; the 2 story part sits on the lower part of the hill.
What Makes a Split Level Home
Sources
split-level.net
Front door is usually on this level
Floor Plan of a Split Level
Also ground level
These 2 floors are actually 1 normal floor apart
This floor is actually halfway between the other two
This Space is usually 2 feet above the ground; crawlspace
A Split level home in Fayetteville
A split-level home (also called a tri-level home) is a style of house in which the floor levels are staggered, so that the "main" level of the house (e.g. the level that usually contains the front entry), is halfway between the upper and lower floors
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