With some help from our friends at Realtor.com, we’ve rounded up the most popular style of home in each state, according to prospective homeowners.
If you love a split-level home, you should probably head to New York or Hawaii. If you prefer a beautiful Craftsman, however, you’ll love homes in Alabama and Washington.
Keep reading to see what homes look like in every US state.
One of America's most popular styles of home, ranches are typically cosy, one-story properties. Ranch homes also have a long, close-to-the-ground layout.
Pictured above, this Alaskan ranch has two updated bathrooms, new hardwood flooring, and a sophisticated design.
American Craftsman homes are known for having a low-pitched roof, handcrafted details, large front porch.
Pictured above, this custom Craftsman features deep crown moulding, walk-in closets in every bedroom, a jacuzzi tub in the master bathroom, and more.
Traditional homes usually have two stories, symmetrically spaced windows, and a floor plan with a formal living room and dining room.
Pictured above, this custom-built traditional features French doors, a walk-in attic, a three-car garage, and more.
Often built for indoor-outdoor living, contemporary homes typically feature clean lines, a flat roof, asymmetrical shapes, and open floor plans.
Pictured above, this beautiful contemporary is located in the Seville Golf & Country Club community. Not only is the home Energy Star-rated, it also features granite countertops and a gourmet kitchen.
Mediterranean homes usually have sloping, tile roofs, open arches, and a stucco exterior.
Pictured above, this trendy Mediterranean condo in Irvine features an open floor plan, beautiful loft, and cosy backyard.
The colonial-style home is known for its symmetrical shape: the front door is usually in the middle of the home, surrounded on both sides by an equal number of windows.
Pictured above, this Connecticut colonial is elegant yet eco-friendly. It's also located near restaurants and shopping in downtown Hartford and West Hartford Center.
This beautiful home has a screened porch, open floor plan, private balcony, and more. It's also located in La Valencia, a small gated neighbourhood with a clubhouse, a heated pool, and tennis courts.
Located in the highly-rated Jefferson School District, this two-story foyer has a cosy fireplace and formal dining room.
Pictured above, this serene split-level offers stunning views of the coastline, ocean, and tropical foliage.
This custom-built home is located on the 10th green at Hillcrest Country Club. It features beautiful views of the golf course and lake, high cedar ceilings, a gourmet kitchen, and more.
This beautiful ranch features an open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, a huge family room, and more.
Originating in colonial New England, the Cape Cod-style home is known for its symmetrical exterior, shingles, steep roof, and multi-paned windows.
Pictured above, this charming cape has a new roof, a new heating system, and a renovated kitchen and bath.