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US houses are big, but not the biggest

from EarthTechling

The size of the average American homes has surpassed 2,000 square feet, according to information pulled together by Lindsay Wilson at the website Shrink That Footprint. How does this compare with the rest of the world? Well, as you might expect in the land of the McMansion, U.S. homes are big by global standards, even compared to wealthy nations. But the U.S. isn't the king of big houses, at least not using the 2009 data: Australia won that distinction, at 2,303 square feet. more

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