Great question! Many homes built in the 80's had a similar slight contemporary and traditional look on the exterior, while the interior was basically traditional. The 80's brought a look similar to a mountain lodge with high, sloping ceilings and the use of more rustic woods, such as cedar, for trim on both the interior and exterior of the home. Today, most would call this home a traditional style home, even with the angled roof line over the front room. The home does not appear to be a split level, which usually, but not always, deals with multiple floor levels all under the same ceiling area.