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Old 02-26-2020, 07:47 PM   #66
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Originally Posted by Jrogers84 View Post
"Detroit style" house have a large front porch that is raised but 4-6 steps. Its 100% common in the area to have furniture and a grill on those.

"Detroit Bungalows were typically built in the Craftsman architectural style. They are typically 1-1/2 stories, with sweeping low pitched gabled or hipped roofs that extend over a front porch that matches the width of the home."

FYI I dont think you offended anyone but im sure you managed to get a few people to form an opinion on yourself.
Well, somehow and for some reason, my question elicited some snarky replies rather quickly, and although I don't see why those were necessary based on my original question, I apologize for whatever I did that made them do that. I still don't understand why an honest question started that. I've been on this earth for 50+ years, in many different environments and I've never seen anyone grilling, barbecuing, sitting on lawn furniture or lying in a hammock in front of a house anywhere except in photos or videos on the internet. And thus, my question because until a few here legitimately answered me, I couldn't think of why anyone would do that and why the neighbors wouldn't complain.
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