Slide 6: A-Frame House

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The classic triangular shape of an A-frame house became extremely popular in the mid-1950s and remained a strong seller through the 1970s. The roofline is characterized by very steep, angled sides that begin at or near the foundation; the sides meet at the top to form the classic “A” shape. The ceiling is often left open in an A-frame to expose the rafters.


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