I have shown this home ( actually three times) and the foundation is a basement, there is a root celler under the front porch, It is not a crawl, I lterally opened the door and turned my flashlight from my iphone on. It is the same height as the basement which is full height for its age. 100% not a crawl.
A crawl, is just that you littlerally have to crawl into the spece. Crawls can be as high as four feet but are typically 3 to 2 1/2 feet deep.
A Michigan Basement has a dirt floor and is a generally only under a small portion of the home. They ahve a "Silence of the Lambs" feel to them .
An Arts and Crafts home like the one on Hawthorn typically have a 6/12 foot tall basement. Many 1900-1930 homes, (this is the time span) have a 7 foot high basement. And some have been " dug down" to give more height than 7 feet of head room .
There are wide varieties of foundations and many different combinations. This home on Hawtorn only has a 6/12 foot tall basement.
And BTW, Michelle, there is no family room in this house. The first floor has: a living room, dining room , kitchen and bath. Second floor: three bedrooms and a vintage sleeping porch turned into a really cute study.
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