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Blue Shingle Hip Roof Home

This small house is a great example of classic American architecture. The siding is clapboard and painted a beautiful blue color. The roof is a hip style made of shingles. The house is a single family home perfect for a small family. It has a cozy inviting feel and is sure to be a great place to call home.

White Medium-Sized House

This house has a classic look with its white stucco siding and brown shingle roof. The roof is a hip style which gives the house a unique look. The white stucco siding is a great contrast to the dark brown roof making the house stand out in the neighborhood. The shingle material of the roof adds a traditional touch to the house making it a timeless classic.

Brown French Country Mansion with Dark Grey Roof

This beautiful French Country style house is constructed with a brick siding and a hip roof. The roof is covered with brown shingles which perfectly complements the warm brown color of the brick. The combination of the brick and shingles gives the house a classic and timeless look. The hip roof adds a unique touch to the house making it stand out from the rest.

Modern Medium-Sized Roof with Clean Lines and Sleek Design

This medium-sized roof features a classic Mansard style design with a rich brown color. The roof material is made of durable stone coated steel providing both strength and aesthetic appeal. The Mansard roof type adds a touch of elegance to the overall look of the building. The combination of the brown color and stone coated steel material creates a timeless and sophisticated appearance.

Brown Clay Mansard Roof A Rustic and Timeless Architectural Feature

This medium-sized Mansard roof features a shabby-chic style with its clay material and brown color. The unique design of the Mansard roof adds character to the overall appearance of the building. The shabby-chic style gives the roof a vintage and rustic feel perfect for a cozy and charming aesthetic. The brown color complements the surrounding environment and adds warmth to the structure.