This is what I think of when I see a McMansion on a teeny-weeny lot.
(There is a place for McMansion lovers - just not on a teeny lot!)
I have questions. What are you trying to prove? Do you not want to be able to stroll through your yard without playing "How low can you go" to get between your house and your horrified neighbor's house? Did you have lot envy as a child?
I decided to take my husbands advice and turn my attention to local houses that have completed renovations and additions that exemplify class and scale.
Here are some of the houses that fall into my classic Paul Newman category. (As opposed to the Versace category)
|Note the lot size is appropriate to the house size!|
|This beauty is actually for sale!|
|I love these windows! Do not skimp on windows!|
|Love the staggered additions!|
Please, thank you and I'm sorry. And again, please don't sue me.