The A-frame structural style is so unique. It features a steep, pitched roof that extends down or almost down to the foundation. The home had gained popularity in the 1950s and 1960s as an “off-beat” second home option for the post-war middle class.
But by the 1970s, enthusiasm for this home-style waned as more generic vacation homes became popular.
Meanwhile, existing A-frames are our new-found love. Nostalgia has revitalized the public’s appreciation for the A-Frame. Additionally, the tiny-home movement has celebrated this house. That’s because many homeowners appreciate its efficient use of space.
Build your own A-Frame Home with these instructions
Courtesy of Mother Earth Magazine
More Show Prep Articles:
- In Hot Market, ‘Full House’ Home in San Francisco Sells for Less Than Asking
- New Buyers Feel They Can Afford More. Here’s Why.
- Good News for Homeowners; Home Prices Rocket in Third Quarter
- COVID-19 Has Impacted Home Purchasing Plans. This is How…
- Couple Rescued After Hurricane Blows Home off it’s Stilts