Arlington Heights Tri-Level Homes for Sale
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Explore Tri-Level Home Architecture in Arlington Heights IL
Tri-level homes are more commonly referred to as split-level homes. This style of home features staggered floor levels. Typically there are two short sets of stairs: One ascends to the bedroom level, while the other descends to the basement level. This style first rose to popularity in Northwest Chicago Suburbs and the Arlington Heights area in the mid 20th century during a time when suburbs were expanding following World War II onward, and remains a popular housing style today.
There are a variety of variations on split-level or tri-level homes. These include a side split, back split, bi-level, stacked split level, and raised ranch. Tri-level homes often feature low pitched roofs, large living areas, large picture windows, integrated garages, and natural materials and a minimal look. Split-level homes are able to maximize space on a smaller lot, particularly when the land slopes.
Tri-level homes offer a great deal of privacy, and landscaping can easily improve the curb appeal if it is lacking.
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