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A front elevation house stands on its own, without taking any support from other structures. There is no need for any scaffolding or any extra support as the house simply stands on its own. Usually, these kinds of houses are meant to be built on high ground, so that it can have a commanding view of the surrounding landscape and the people who live nearby are able to enjoy a good view of the house even if they cannot actually step out of the house itself.
Some people prefer to build their houses at ground level and raise them up higher, or sometimes even side by side. These kinds of houses are also known as wraparound houses. In some cases, these houses can be raised to a certain degree above the surrounding landscape to provide an even better view.
A front elevation house has two different parts: the front part which contains the living room and the rest of the rooms which are located on the sides. These rooms can be separated using folding screens or panels, to create the illusion of a bigger house.
In some cases, the entire front elevation is extended upwards to make more space in the living room. This creates the sensation that the house is bigger than it really is.
Another type of front elevation is known as the wraparound front elevation. These kind of homes have the living room and dining area incorporated into one area, so that the house itself appears to be one big living or dining area. These kinds of homes are popular with families or larger groups of friends. They are cost efficient and easy to maintain as well.
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