• Daniel

    Not a single Tuscan from Florida? That’s just racist :p

    None of these is exceptionally beautiful, but I would go for number 3, with number 1 close behind. Number 2 looks ridiculous and the stone is terrible, whereas number 4 looks like an asylum is too symmetrical. I like number 3, but I wish the ground floor was partially underground; as-is, it looks very steep looking.




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  • Iemand

    Difficult one.
    i definitely don’t like #2, because the exterior walls looks like a teenager’s face. Don’t like #4 either; it looks so extremely….boring…quit.
    Difficult to choose between #1 and #3; #1 looks almost like any other Tuscan/mediterranean home we’ve seen before; but it’s not bad either. I really like the style of #3; the roof edge (what do you Americans call that again?), the brown windows with shutters and this time I actually like the exterior wall. To bad for all the stairs and overdose of fences (again; not the correct term; I’m sorry). It would have looked sooo much better if they got rid of the lower story and make it a two storey home.

    But in someway I prefer this one, so I stick with #3.




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  • Grrrowler

    If these are the only options, then it would have to be number 3. It’s the only one that holds any appeal for me.

    If I truly had to choose a Tuscan house, I’d choose one actually in Tuscany, not an Americanized knock-off. Something like this is what I would pick: http://www.prestigeproperty.co.uk/property/143980/Villa-in-Lucca-area-Northern-Tuscany-Italy/




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  • Mark

    I voted based on State. Not a Tuscan from Tuscany?




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  • Sam

    If the elevation of the 3rd home wasn’t so extreme, i’d probably pick that, otherwise the 2nd home. The 4th one looks interesting but i would hate to live there…




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