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February 2019

Found 2 blog entries for February 2019.

A split-level home is different from the traditional layout of homes. A traditional home usually comes with two distinct stories, with a full flight of stairs between. On the other hand, a split-level home features more distinct levels, at least three, which are connected by shorter flights of stairs. This style of home became popular in the 1960s because they were designed to fit small and sloped properties which were more common in the suburbs. They are more compact in design compared to a single-story ranch house and feel hip and fresh, perfect for modern house hunters.

Different Types of Split-Level Homes

There are different types of split-level homes.

  • Side Split

With this design, the split levels are visible when looking at the

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San Antonio has earned an amazing reputation when it comes to being an area that most people want to live in. It takes pride in being a huge city, yet having a small-town feel. It is possible to have anything that you need in this location, from downtown bungalows to luxury estates. Indeed, there is a home to call your own, and a neighborhood to feel comfortable in, fit for any type of lifestyle. According to reports, the average cost of a home in this location is around $140,000, covering about 3,000 square feet, with 2 to 3 bathrooms and 4 bedrooms. The following are among the best places to live in San Antonio.

Stone Oak

If you are the type of resident who prefers a suburb feel, then the Stone Oak area can be considered as your home. Stone Oak is

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