|Olsen Design and Development|
The most interesting house, it turns out, is in Monmouth. The Olsen house has a traditional front porch oriented towards the public ways. It's got neo-traditional curb appeal. But in back it's configured with a granny flat to accomodate multi-generational housing. It's skinnier, too, and might fit on a narrow lot as infill.
At the other extreme is the Wheeler house, all garage. Not even a meaningful window on the street.
|T Wheeler Homes|
Most of the other houses are in between, but almost all of them lead with the garage rather than with a front porch. They aren't meant for walkable neighborhoods.