The classic southern bungalow, which served the middle class families well from early 1900’s up until the late 1940’s, has made a comeback in newer construction. See older bungalow style homes and their newer counterparts.
I’on turns 20. We look back at the development of Mount Pleasant’s model for development and sustainability, founded on the principles of new urbanism.
The main “take-away” for any homeowner intent on remodeling should be that all remodeling projects depreciate in value and few reach as high as even a 90% return on investment. It is important to also keep in mind that some remodels can actually become a liability when it’s time to sell, such as a backyard pool.
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