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What comes to mind when you hear "bungalow"?  Little square footage? Narrow hallways?  Broken floor plan?  If you connected any of these with a bungalow style home, it's time to rethink this charmer!  The Larimore by David Weekly, located in Highland Park breaks all the typical bungalow stereotypes.   Open floor plan, spacious bedrooms, tons of natural light, and did I mention an office with beams?   Buyers want character and this house has it!  Copper and orange accents give this model home a very modern feel and the beams bring a touch of timeless yet historical architecture without dating the interior.   The backsplash in the kitchen adds another layer of historical yet modern touch...but what do you think about the vertical placement, like it or leave

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Views! Modern! Energy Efficient!


South Jordan House of the Month!


Kettle WaySolar powered energy efficient! Average $58 a month


Gorgeous Valley Views! Sits across the street from Park!


Modern Design 




2 Story Vaults

              Sit on your patio and enjoy the Mountain views and fresh air.  Its easy to relax in this home, after all, the solar power energy efficiency of paying $58 a month average allows you to spend your money elsewhere. This home is conveniently located near lots of parks/basketball courts/tennis courts/ and the neighborhood's new pool.     Call 801-966-4000 and find out about our SELL YOUR HOME GUARANTEED when you BUY THIS…
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As many of you know I have a Facebook Photo album which highlights interesting architecture and home decor. This week's post features a home inspired by the original Beetle produced by Porsche in 1935. The builder is 35 year old Markus Voglreiter and he built his car-home in 2003.

The structure is 3-stories and has 900 square feet of living space. Markus purchased the corner lot on the border of a nature preserve in Gnigl, Austria. When they purchased it there was already a home on the lot with an adjacent garden plot. Markus wanted to 'renovate' and 'update' the house and structure. During the process he decided to build his car-house extension on the adjacent garden plot. Here is an early concept design:

Here are some photos of the

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