The Best of 2016: The Best Homes of 2016
By now, you’ve probably heard the story of the house you bought in 2017.
Or maybe you’ve never seen it in person, but that’s where you’ll find it: your house on the other side of the country.
Or, at least, the part of the US where you live.
And for the most part, it’s a house that you don’t know well.
In some ways, the houses are just ordinary homes.
But in others, they’re architectural marvels.
Here’s what you need to know about these amazing houses.1.
The U.S. has a house of architecture that’s not typicalAmerican residential landscape architecture is not as ubiquitous as it is in Europe.
In fact, the U.K., the Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Australia, and other countries are far less likely to see a typical American home.
Instead, the typical U. S. home is a little different: its exterior, in the case of a lot of houses, is built from concrete, but its interior is mostly wood, brick, and steel.
And while there are more American-made homes than any other country in the world, they aren’t often as iconic as the homes of Europe’s great architecture. In the U