Which model is your home?

The developers of Royal Oak Hills built 10 different home styles in the community in the 1960s. The original nine were followed by a tenth model in 1962. Can you tell which one is yours? A few homes don't seem to match any of the models. Many of the original homes have been remodeled over the years. You might be surprised about how your home started out – and how much it cost to purchase when it was brand new! Property values have definitely increased. Enjoy these entries from the original ROH brochure.

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Photo of Westport model home from Boca Raton News; Westport floorplan from Fort Lauderdale News. Both circa 1962.

A distinguishing feature of the Westport is that its two bedrooms both had sliding glass doors leading to its screened porch. 

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